Taken with the compact Nikon camera, the sparles on the chrome are real and not a filter. I intended posting this the other day but found Karl had already posted a similar one so I waited a couple of days. The shot was taken in Southport Lancashire, every sunday hundreds of bikers gather there to show off their bikes, there are all sorts of people from club members, like the Satans slaves, to middle aged weekend bikers all having a good time. The POV isnt perfect but you must remember there where bikes crowded together like sardines in a tin.
A wonderful shot. Have you thought about a tighter crop to focus in on all of the wonderful chrome (it would be a bit more abstract)?
I have actually got one that is a bit tighter, I took two images.:)
I may post that tomorrow, if this one doesnt get ripped to bits that is)
The process on the bike and chrome is exceptional in my eyes, but if I'm really honest with you the background, could do with a tad more contrast (or is it me) Overall though a wonderful image.
Its the camera Mitch, I have not touched it in photoshop at all, I left it as it came out, probably get a five from someone for that:)
I saw this when you first put it up a couple of days ago. I went to go and vote and it was gone...haha I give it a 5 for the contrast and a 14 for the rest. Soooo 9.. haha
I see it as a bike portrait with background intentionally out of focus.. :) Nice bike.. well of course it's a Harley so expected. :)
Particular process of the motorcycle.
The background blur is uneven, elements at the same distance, have a different focus
All looks good to me...
i agree with Ricardo
I see still on the "fog" around motorcycles
nice shot is that a blue zxr 9r ninja in front :)
10 HDR,8 PS:)
Great effort :)
I Like this you did a nice job on the chrome