Motorcycle Photography

Discussion in 'Roseburg' started by ElijahSing, Aug 9, 2009.


  1. I have been learning about HDR Photography and I really want to get into more stuff like this So i thought it would be cool to start a thread where people can post their artwork and get positive criticism on it!

    here's one i took the other day and i just edited it.

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    What kinda artists do we have in roseburg!:mrgreen:
     
    #1 ElijahSing, Aug 9, 2009
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  2. I can't do any kind of stuff that would be considered art, but I can fiddle around with
    basic effects on the computer. Here's one I did the other day (made it my new avatar)..



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  3. What is HDR photography?
     
  4. KevinD

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    Try Google, and you'll find this.

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  5. KevinD

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    That almost looks roto-scoped, rather than HDR.

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  6. KevinD

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    My Canon does exposure bracketing. Looks like I'll need to get it out and try some of this HDR stuff :happy:

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  7. You only want positive criticism?
     
  8. My parents have a friend in Myrtle Creek who's into that sort of photography. He does it full-time, makes some pretty good money at it. Some of the pictures he's done are amazing.
     
  9. I like the pic, Elijah. Reminds me of the old drawings of cars at drive ins or in fields. Something like that.
     
  10. High Dynamic Range
    its where you take a series of pics 3 to 8 or so and then you blend those images into one.
    one image would be exposed for the highlights
    one image would be exposed for the mids
    one image would be exposed for the shadows
    etc etc etc. when you put them together they make an image that has a high dynamic range.
    some cameras do this in the body some cameras bracket and will take a series of pics as you specify and some folks take several pics and merge then into one in a photo program and there are also cameras that will take a hdr pic as a function.
     
  11. Then there are folks like me, who don't know squat about photography. :mrgreen:
     
  12. Oh I know right! I have just recently been playing around with it so i'm still trying to perfect it..

    Oh nice! i have to kinda cheat cause i can't really figure out how to get my camera to change the exposure, i'm still ITP of learning.

    yeah, just trying to keep a positive thread around here :mrgreen:
    Thanks! that's kinda what i was thinking too.

    Wow NH, looks like you already know all about this, or you just google'd it. LOL:mrgreen:
     
  13. james1300

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    This is a great idea! Keep'em coming!
     
  14. I'll probably have some more up later tonight after work!!
     
  15. Seemed like a great idea! I took a pic of my bike to get started with this process then realized my bike was some sort of autobot and turned into a freakishly-lookin fly! WTF?!?!?!?!:scared

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  16. Wow! Would that be a beetle bike? ;) Hey Elijah, I'm deployed with Charlie Co from Roseburg. Got any friends you'd like me to say hi to? :)
     
  17. uhmm.. yeah actually, i'm not too sure which of my friends are in what branch of the service but if David Pritchet is amongst your group, let him know i say hi
     

  18. elijah and i rode you guys down the road the day you all left. say hey to getz!!!
    and also.. do any of you not get mail? my son comes home next month and ill need someone to send stuff to. definately not trolling just wanna support. lmk if there is...

    now back to our topic.. and no elijah i did not google. bring your camera over and ill give it a run down...unless you wanna real the manual and just start messing with the settings
     
    #19 nighthawker, Aug 9, 2009
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  19. Lol, i already got it all figured out.. check out this one!

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    Also: Here is a link to check out some of my other stuff http://www.flickr.com/photos/elijahsing/
     

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