Discussion in 'Bike Related Photographs' started by JimDidIt!, Mar 24, 2014.
Four of mine for starters. I only ever travel from left to right ...
You set the bar high there, absolutely stunning.nice one
I unfortunately do not have the skill nor the equipment to participate, but I hope someone comes along shortly and shows me up
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Dont understand this HDR thingymajiggymarklarly, but it sure do look prurrrrdy
Superb work as normal Jim.
And ignore Ian Ps mention of photo competition, us mere mortals don't stand a chance if you experts start upping the ante
Like the "Only ride left to right" thing . Is that your best side then?
I like to think so Steve. I like to think so.
Only have a few HDR pics from my last trip
the lost sheep
Just playing with an photo of my old Africa Twin...
Well, you made me Google HDR
Every day is a learning experience Chris HDR isn't that difficult.
My old XT250 somewhere in the Lake District.
My 'new' 1992 TDM850. A replacement for the GS which is now up for sale.
I need a bigger workshop.
'Ivy' has finally made it out of the workshop
Thats no way to talk about Jims TDM now is it
PS - great pictures as always Jim
As Steve says, great pic Jim. TDMs looking good
A few from this weekend in bonny Scotland...
Thise pics work well Jim.
TDM9... when did that arrive, thought you had a mk1 850?
Always look stunning Jim. First one really nails it. To those not sure what it is - A lot of cameras these days have a HDR (High Definition Resoution) function. Basically if you put the camera on a tripod or even hold it VERY steadily the camera takes a few exposures automatically and stitches them together which captures all the shadows and highlights such as skies being too bright or shadow areas too dark. I still bracket pics to achieve the same goal (merge the pics afterwards in Lightroom). The software these days is getting better all the time and I find its worth sometimes going over old pics and seeing if dull old pics can be brought back to life.
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