Rovens TT Gallery - Updated 20/8 K1200S at Infineon

Discussion in 'TT Photo & Video Galleries' started by rovens, Jun 8, 2006.

  1. rovens

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    Well i was always going to start a GT4 gallery buti never had time. Well its summer now and all i have is time. So here goes.

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    Post comments plz.
     
  2. freddy86

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    i really like those!!!
     
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    ignore this
     
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    looks good :tup: specially the smokey zx-10r at el captin. i was planning on taking my ysp & PRESTO 8hour picturs there, but, you cant do quick race there :( just a couple of quick points though:

    a: there seems to be a noticeable seem around the bike/rider in pictures where you added speed blurring

    b: i wish more people realised not everyone has broadband ... its not available everywhere yet :(
     
  6. rovens

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    Yeah i figured out how to sort the seam round the rider out, by adding layers underneath with progressivley less blurring to fill the gap that the original blurring leaves, guess i need to use a few more layers though.

    I might go over to thumbnails like your gallery, and just put the best pic from each shoot in as full size.
     
  7. kaede

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    I like the 3rd one, you got both legs open up to catch the wind.:lol:
     
  8. Ram-Rod

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    I like the wheelie shot.
     
  9. Hoffmann

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    The smokey shot and also the one below it two. Get that knee down :sly:
     
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    BMW K1200S at Infineon. Enjoy and post comments :)

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  12. Ringo

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    I really like the first two Beemer shots. Very clean and sharp. Good work! The text is a little bit distracting though. I wouldn't put any text on it at all but I understand if you want to "protect" it or whatever.
     
  13. Law93

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    those are very nice pics! i myself don't have TT, but i'm thinking of getting it soon :)
     
  14. rovens

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    its more there just to be a caption, ill make it smaller from now on maybe.
     
  15. .*StReeTz*.

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    Nice shots there. I like the ZX-10 backin' it in.
     
  16. Pebb

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    I like the first shot, but any plans for any new updates.
     
  17. rovens

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    Yes, in fact i was working on something for the new tourist/turismo comp. I had a bike drifting (i didnt highside either) and a honda s2000 drifting round the outside of it

    PC just crashed as i went to save it.

    I'll come up with something new.
     
  18. Loon

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    Aww man, thats too bad, it would have been cool to see that.
     
  19. C-H-A-R-G-E-R

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    My comp entry if any of you missed it.
     
  21. NIGHT MICHAEL

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    :tup: Nice work!:tup:
     
  22. rovens

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    Thanks to CHARGER for the technique.
     
  23. [empty space]

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    that looks ... really really weird. the blur angle looks wrong too.
     
  24. rovens

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    yeah i used motion blur which hasnt worked too well due to converging lines, i might redo it with radial blur.
     
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    might i suggest a method to further tweak his "method"? try applying the ink outline to a seperate layer that way you can use it to outline/bring up sharp clean lines without bringing out the pixelated textures. just delete what you dont want to show up.