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Nov 30, 2009 21:33 |  #1

So I was asked to do some shots for Triumph here in Oz for a Marketing Press Pack on the Street Triple.

I came up with these shots and learned I may need some new glass and to use a tripod.

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The final product. :)

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Nov 30, 2009 22:05 |  #2

Looooooovoe the set other than the rigged shot. Too much flare perhaps? Have any with the lights off?




  
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Nov 30, 2009 23:17 |  #3

Sorry PL!
I'll try it without lights at another time but with another bike. Possibly remove the fuses then as well as it was tough getting enough power from a speedlight to balance!

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Nov 30, 2009 23:18 |  #4

Nice composite!

I may need some new glass...

Why? A tripod & nice light will get the job done.


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Nov 30, 2009 23:21 |  #5

PhotosGuy wrote in post #9112229 (external link)
Nice composite! Why? A tripod & nice light will get the job done.

LOL. True, I'll try all these techniques next time.

Thanks man.


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Nov 30, 2009 23:30 |  #6

Great work putting everything together.

But...no matter how hard I try not to look, my eyes are instantly drawn to the highlights on the kickstand on the top/wide shot.

The color of the tank on the lower right shot gets a little funky.


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Nov 30, 2009 23:38 |  #7

mlav wrote in post #9112276 (external link)
Great work putting everything together.

But...no matter how hard I try not to look, my eyes are instantly drawn to the highlights on the kickstand on the top/wide shot.

The color of the tank on the lower right shot gets a little funky.

Can't say the kickstand does for me. ;)

The tank does have a funky pearl to it. Triumph calls it Roulette Green.
It's got a gold like pearl through the paintwork that really comes out when out in the sun or when backlit like what I've done here.


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Dec 01, 2009 20:01 |  #8

How many flashes were you using? Looks like one camera far right, and one straight at the nose of the bike?




  
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Dec 01, 2009 20:15 |  #9

Just the 2 Pentaxis.

A 580EXII and a 430EX.


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Dec 01, 2009 23:09 |  #10

Mark want speed triple.

Nice work on those shots.

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