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Old 07-30-2008, 11:16 PM   #41
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My theory. camera on ground, yellow bike is stationary, and other two were moving.
but y are the wheels moving on the slow honda lol
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:17 PM   #42
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but y are the wheels moving on the slow honda lol
how do you know its moving?
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I'd go that all three were moving... the two one the side faster than the one in the center.

Lens used can play a part in the effect, since the center bike is coming directly at the camera as opposed to the others being on either side of the point of focus... the 'focus' and clarity are going to be different.. it also explains the visual effect of the 'spinning' front tire of the yellow bike.
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It's fun to try to figure the stuff out...mental exercises so to speak.
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Old 07-30-2008, 11:38 PM   #46
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My thoughts:

All bikes are moving a consistent speed and the the "motion" affect is applied to the two forward bikes with software. Not difficult to do, just difficult to do that well. I think that the bikes we added to the road scene after the fact as well (no tire tracks in the wet and bikes, except for the tire look dry)

Pre-digital days, they used to get a similar affect with a long shutter speed while changing zoom during the exposure. But the affect is not quite the same as this.

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Pre-digital days, they used to get a similar affect with a long shutter speed while changing zoom during the exposure. But the affect is not quite the same as this.
Very true, but it would also distort the center bike as well, however in this picture, its unscaythed
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My thoughts:

All bikes are moving a consistent speed and the the "motion" affect is applied to the two forward bikes with software. Not difficult to do, just difficult to do that well. I think that the bikes we added to the road scene after the fact as well (no tire tracks in the wet and bikes, except for the tire look dry)

Pre-digital days, they used to get a similar affect with a long shutter speed while changing zoom during the exposure. But the affect is not quite the same as this.
its really not that difficult to do at all with photoshop. the more i look at it, the more i think its been altered. but even if the two outside bikes were PS'd, its still a of a shot to take.
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how do you know its moving?
check out the tires
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check out the tires
I see the TIRE, but nothing to prove its moving....
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Ok, so to all the people who proposed PS: you were wrong .
I got the response from the photographer. Here is is:

"Hi Michael, No post allow when you do shots for a camera company, bikes on
the outside 35-40- miles an hour, middle bike 10 an hour 14mm lens D3
camera. Thanks for all the attention you gave the shot. Any other questions
drop me a line. Sandro"

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...was thinking this might be a fun thread/topic to play with. someone submit a shot, let peeps figure out how they were done.
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Secretagent called this last night, however I wasn't far off. Lol


Btw ps3 WAS used, its clearly embeded in the image tag lol

But it was prolly used for color and cropping
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Secretagent called this last night, however I wasn't far off. Lol


Btw ps3 WAS used, its clearly embeded in the image tag lol

But it was prolly used for color and cropping
most likely the image was shot in raw, and cs3 was used to convert the file to jpg. although, the color and exposure could have been tweaked, even though the photog won't admit it. it looks like it was in the far background where the sky meets the ground behind the trees. def looks like the burn tool was used a little bit.
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I wasn't being a smart .. just admiring the shot!!

Now the question has been answered for everybody.
didn't think you were mon, just commented/replied. ADD thing.
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