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    Default Yamaha Fazer 600 s2

    Shots of the Yamaha Fazer 600 S2 bike, slightly abstract angles. Constructive comments are welcomed



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    nice, are #1,2,3 considered low key shots or just sepia?

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    You just took these ?
    I like the wheel one anw. The headlights look really complicated to me with all the reflection around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stylus View Post
    nice, are #1,2,3 considered low key shots or just sepia?
    Thanks for the compliments bro, #1 to #2 are simply processed to the sepia tones, quite a lot of hot areas on the pictures, not considered low key I guess? #3 is a mixture of desaturated colour and sepia.
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    Default Re: Yamaha Fazer 600 s2

    Quote Originally Posted by PyeeL View Post
    You just took these ?
    I like the wheel one anw. The headlights look really complicated to me with all the reflection around.
    Yeap, actually i took those last Friday. Was covering an event and happens that my colleague had his bike there. Decided to take a few shots of it. The background was rather cluttered so made the choice to make shots from more abstract angles.
    Thanks for the comments bro, yeah, agree that #1 is rather complicated, its also the one I like the least from the series.
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