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Another from the bike show trip yesterday. Thought i would put up a simple bike shot this time.
400 iso, flash on 1/16th power, framed to include the logo above, around 1/160th sec, at about f4.
Any and all c and c welcome.
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That's not a bike it's a tank on two wheels lol
I was using 400 ISO which seemed to be about right for most of the shots. My mistake was not using the flash which I see has worked well for you, particularly in the previous shot. I have no experience with flash and was worried about creating harsh shadows. I need to do a little experimentation/home work before I do more indoor shooting I think.
This is a nice shot which typifies the show I think. It's interesting to see what other people have captured.
The girls really were a powerful weapon with regards to pulling blokes onto the trade stands but we had to laugh because with some of the shots the lads took they could remember the models but couldn't actually remember the brand they were draped over
(I met Nick Sanders and bought his book. How about you? See anything that took your fancy - apart from the girls I mean)
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Like the details and tones in this Anthony - well captured.
As you say, apart from the girls, there were plenty of good bikes. I have limited experience with motorbikes, but enjoy looking at them and watching them. I liked the Harleys, and the other american brand Victory I think they were called (thats nothing to do with being distracted by pretty girls by the way, lol) They were all fabulous, but I kept coming back to the Kawasaki stand they have a lovely range.
As for flash, what i did, was use it on manual, it was a 580EX. manual setting, some shots were 1/32nd power and some were 1/16th power output. Camera on manual, 400 ISO, just checked the data from the shot, its was 1/160th sec, at f4 (sorry), but i was adjusting the settings as I was walking about too.
Looking forward seeing your next one.
Thank you Richard, always nice to hear from you mate.
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