Ahhh.. You lost me @ Sportbikes...
This weekend im going to follow my friends on their ride to the mountains. I have only taken rolling highway shots of them before, and was just wondering if anyone has any tips on what kind of shots work well for bikes.
If anyone has shots of their own can you post them also.
The ones I am trying to get some ideas mainly on, are the mountain curvy roads.
Oh and they are sports bikes.
Change you setup between shooting real tight >200 mm and real wide <24 mm.
Communication is key to keep every safe and get great shots. You will need communication between you and the pack. Scout out spots to shoot and only shoot on the sunny side of the bike, especially in corners. Be sure to change locations, backgrounds, and angles of bike. The most important shot will have eyes.
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i just stick my gopro on the swing arm or tail and set it to timed photo..come sout pretty sweet if i got someone beside and/or next to me...pretty cool actually.
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