Join Date: Dec 2005
Location: Plano, Texas
Bikes: Panasonic DX4000, Bianchi Pista
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Youll get a better looking pic by zooming in a lot with the camera, and walking back till you get it
all in frame. It flattens the perspective, and gives a more professional looking picture.
Overcast midday light looks good since it doesnt cast such harsh shadows.
Don't forget to put the bike against a white garage door with the drive side facing the camera,
shift it into the highest gear, put the cranks so the left is hidden behind the seat tube, spin
the wheels so the valve stems are hidden, take off computers, seat bags, bottles, and non-carbon
bottle cages. I think that covers it!
The first rule of flats is You don't talk about flats!