Critique of motorcycle photos

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Bmrdude, Mar 9, 2006.

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    Bmrdude Guest

    Bmrdude, Mar 9, 2006
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    Eddie Guest

    Hi,

    For me the shots of bike and rider in the air are not standing out enough,
    try using a different aperture. You could also try panning with a slower
    shutter speed for better effect.

    Eddie
     
    Eddie, Mar 9, 2006
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    Matt Guest

    You also could try a higher ISO to clear up some of the blur.
     
    Matt, Mar 9, 2006
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    philo Guest



    Yes, I thought the photos were quite excellent...
    but if you took a couple at a slower shutter speed , the slight blur you'd
    get would help give the feeling of "speed".

    my 2cents anyway
     
    philo, Mar 9, 2006
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    Bmrdude Guest

    Thanks guys!
     
    Bmrdude, Mar 10, 2006
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    John Bates Guest

    Very nice photos. With the subject matter you are photographing
    I don't think you can improve much. Exposure is fine: blurring of
    the background and wheel spokes is about right as you need to
    show movement. You have followed the subjects very well as to me
    they appear clear (Though actual definition is hard to discern on a
    4" by 3" inch pic) I like your distance from the subjects as to see
    the arena at the same time adds to the atmosphere. If the bike fills
    the frame it might as well be still in the back garden, technically
    great, but not so nice a photo. I think you have done well, just take
    more of them and enjoy.
    John.
     
    John Bates, Mar 11, 2006
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    John Bates Guest

    Very nice photos. With the subject matter you are photographing
    I don't think you can improve much. Exposure is fine: blurring of
    the background and wheel spokes is about right as you need to
    show movement. You have followed the subjects very well as to me
    they appear clear (Though actual definition is hard to discern on a
    4" by 3" inch pic) I like your distance from the subjects as to see
    the arena at the same time adds to the atmosphere. If the bike fills
    the frame it might as well be still in the back garden, technically
    great, but not so nice a photo. I think you have done well, just take
    more of them and enjoy.
    John.
     
    John Bates, Mar 12, 2006
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    Chimper Guest

    Chimper, Mar 24, 2006
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