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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-19-2006, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
 
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It's gonna be a bitch to get good pics without a tripod at night. Flash might work for you, though. What kind of camera is it anyway? Can you manually configure the settings? Have fun, and go ahead and put your pics up on this thread.
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Definately a nice turn out, some awesome looking bikes as well. What do people think about the LEDs that people use to light up their bikes? I know its kind of cheesy on cars now but is it still acceptable one bikes? Either way I like it.
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hay 156.........you were right about the pictures!! i took about 40 of them with the flash on, and maybe 2 of them turned out good !! but nowhere in your class !!so i think from now on i will keep my mouth shut and let the real photogerfer take the pic's. because i am not worth a darn !!! maybe you can show me how to take good pic's !!o-well bike night was fun but not as good as the riverside one. bulldogboogers
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hay 156.........you were right about the pictures!! i took about 40 of them with the flash on, and maybe 2 of them turned out good !!
Post 'em up anyway.

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so i think from now on i will keep my mouth shut and let the real photogerfer take the pic's. because i am not worth a darn
If you're reffering to me as the "real photographer," then I'm flattered, but you're sort of off. I'm just an amateur, and I just got lucky that night. My goal is, however, to build up my skills so I could maybe make some money off the hobby later on.

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maybe you can show me how to take good pic's
I'd be happy to. Bring your camera next time and find me. I dunno if I'll bring the tripod next time, but I'll still have the red jacket on (since it's the only one I have).
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What do people think about the LEDs that people use to light up their bikes? I know its kind of cheesy on cars now but is it still acceptable one bikes?
This thread might provide some insight to your question.
This one too.
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That skull helmet is pretty sweet. Who makes it? Is that a custom job?
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That skull helmet is pretty sweet. Who makes it? Is that a custom job?
I'm sure it's a custom job. We'd be seeing a lot more people with it if it was stock.

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Niiiiiiiice!!

You do awesome work Man.
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darn tooting...... that guy is good !!!!
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Cool LED light look cool on bicycles too ~ who's going to Zorba's Tuesday ?

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Definitely a nice turn out,
some awesome looking bikes as well.

What do people think about the LEDs that people use to light up their bikes?

I know its kind of cheesy on cars now but is it still acceptable one bikes?

Either way I like it.
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