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Old 12-21-2018, 01:53 PM
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I shoot Nikons for 40 years...these are pictures from my iPhoneX ....yep it surprised me too
Thanks for the tips





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This is without a doubt my favorite Harley. So beautiful. Why did I buy a Road King? I guess because my wife thought it was mo' comfortable. No regrets. Nice photos. Perfect example of; "the best camera is the one you have with you." Thanks for sharing.
 

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I saw this fall foliage outside a Texas Roadhouse restaurant and thought it would complement the red detail work on my bike.

 
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I like how this landscaping at my condo complex gives a little desert vibe right here in St. Louis as a backdrop for my sporty.

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A quick slideshow of my 2019 Sport Glide. It would have been longer, but it takes a lot of willpower to stop riding long enough to take photos!

https://share.icloud.com/photos/0gUS...EhyAR5zLxO5qIA

(Background credit to the James River and the Malvern Hills battlefield.)

 

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I've been reading this thread and learning quite a bit about taking really nice photos . I hate it when I find really nice shots but the angle or focus just isn't right . Thanks for all the help to everyone on here that assisted in helping me take better pics . Here are a couple I did before the season ended . Taken on my Samson S6



 
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Shot with my Canon DSLR. Only chore is bringing the backpack with me.


 

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My favorite combo - Canon 5D2 + 35L

 
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Yup. That works, because I immediately wanted those bikes!! Great shots!
 
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I love "light paint" pictures.

All you need reaaly dark place, good LED flash light, tripod and camera.

Set exposure for 15-30 sec. F10-20 (play with settings) and run as hell around the bike with the light





After some time with regular LED flash light- buy RGB light and get this






short video how it looks like at background


 
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