Now with More Wood
Right - its been out long enough, by now people have got to have a growing collection of Enduro SL action pics out there? I'll start us off (one new, one old...):
Clearly the reflector on his front wheel threw off his balance. That's why he fell!Circusjunk said:Well last week my Buddy took the LBS shop demo 08 Sl out on its maiden voyage.
and then after the ride , he did Wheelie on a teeter . and from personal experiance I can tell you that is very bad Idea to do, usually with results like this
Hi Iceman,Iceman2058 said:Michael,
I WISH I had a VP Free for the rougher stuff....but since I am strictly limited to one bike according to the ministry of finance, the SL has to do it all.
e-bo-b, thanks for sharing. Looks like you were having a blast. Speaking of friends with cameras, for today's ride I brought a friend who knows his way around a (=my) camera. He took some pretty cool shots:
Thanks for the kind words. I did a step-by-step on the sequence technique in another thread a while back. It's near the bottom.Lipps64 said:Especially impressed by the first picture (staggered effect); I've assumed it was taken with a digital camera and not using separate SLR transparencies(?). What photographic technique has been employed to create this?
1. I don't think you need a high-end camera, just one that has a "continuous" mode (camera keeps taking shots as long as you hold the shutter button down).Lipps64 said:Marshall Willanholly
The sequence effect looks so cool!!
Without getting all geeky on you, I'd love to give it a try too............
1. Is there a necessity to go high-end specification with the digital camera employed
(what would you say are the minimum requirements)?
2. What software is employed? Photoshop?
Do you happen to know if there is a tutorial on the web anywhere?
.............If nothing else, at least learning how this technique is achieved, will avoid me inadvertently making the mistake of "duplicating" my own girlfriend (Jeez! Perish the thought!!!!)