Hybrid Bicycles - ~ Photography and your Hybrid Bike~
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07-04-12, 01:58 PM
** PHOTOS MUST INCLUDE YOUR HYBRID BIKE **
There are other photo related topics but this one allows us to include a little more creativity with the photos. The main concept here is all about photography, with your bike as the model.
You'll get plenty of stares taking these kinds of photos but it's fun. :)
07-15-12, 11:53 AM
07-15-12, 11:57 AM
This is a great thread, because one of my favorite things to do when riding new trails is to take many pics of the local scenery.
Except I usually leave out my bike! Did the Lehigh Gorge rail trail yesterday, will look to see if any of the pics included my bike.... :rolleyes:
07-15-12, 12:02 PM
Thanks. I didn't know how popular this thread might be. I see a lot of people posting photos of their bikes so I thought for a unique twist why not see how creative people could be with photography which includes the bike. Gotta have a little fun once in a while.
07-15-12, 09:26 PM
(The accessories keep changing!)
First on Perkiomen Trail, 2nd and last on Schuylkill River Trail (all SE Pennsyltucky)
Last one is a film shot with an early 1950s folding camera - a Voigtländer Perkio II.
(Perhaps not all that creative -- have to keep this thread in mind on future rides!)
07-16-12, 08:12 AM
Don't know the difference between this thread and the Post pictures of your Hybrid thread but anyway, a chance to post my bikes. :thumb:
Here you go...from today's ride.
07-16-12, 12:26 PM
This thread is not only about the bike, but the photography behind it, or in it. A combo of both but more with a creative touch.
Nice ones BTW! ;)
That's one sweet looking ride.
07-16-12, 03:05 PM
I borrowed a camera, and got bitten so hard by the digital photography bug that I went and bought a (not)used Canon Powershot A590IS, so I have a photo or two.
(Edit: I love those Shrine pictures posted above!)
From the borrowed Olympus 6.0 mpixel camera. Took much Gimp-slapping to improve horrendous image quality.
And this is from my supposedly used, yet it was brand spankingly new, Canon Powershot 8 mpixel camera. It's daytime/outdoor quality is great. Low light/indoor, not so much. :)
Edit: All these pics look better in their original 1280 size format. The MCT pic is my wallpaper. ;)
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