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Old 05-15-06, 08:59 PM   #1
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Got photos?

I'm working on my new website, my uber-geek is doing some flash intro thing. Please fee free to email me your best bike-related images, and I will do my best to get some of them incorporated into the intro. They've got to be ones that you own. Anything you can contribute will be considered.

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Old 05-15-06, 09:37 PM   #2
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wat kind of photos
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You probably don't want to use this, but I just took it so hell. http://jonbuder.com/images/IMG_9675.jpg


And since it's your topic and all, do you think that photo is alright technically? (I already know the riding sucks, which is why you wouldn't use it )

Also, if you want some stock style photos of parts of a bike I could see what I can do.
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Please fee free to email me your best bike-related images, and I will do my best to get some of them incorporated into the intro. They've got to be ones that you own.
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Old 05-15-06, 09:56 PM   #6
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You probably don't want to use this, but I just took it so hell. http://jonbuder.com/images/IMG_9675.jpg


And since it's your topic and all, do you think that photo is alright technically? (I already know the riding sucks, which is why you wouldn't use it )

Also, if you want some stock style photos of parts of a bike I could see what I can do.
I like the mixed light, but I'd still try to get a more natural balance. And the composition could use a bit of work - he's too far to the left edge of the frame. But I like it.

As a reminder, please email me good images. Of course, you can post them here if you want to discuss them. I may change the title and keep this thread open if that's the case. Close-ups are good, and bright images are better than ones with a lot of dark areas.
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Old 05-15-06, 09:57 PM   #7
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wat kind of photos
The pictures from your last family cook out... What kind of pictures do you think? No, he wouldnt be lookin for bike pictures in a bike forum would he?

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It usually helps when thepicture is actually big enough to see. Not to mention the quality sucks. What'd you take it with a disposable kodak? Does goodtimes supply you with those too?
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Calamine, Calamine, Calamine lo-shun.
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Ok, let's chill out. Any kind of cycling related photos, not just BMX.
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Hahaha, is that from something?
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