#21 Troy Bayliss

This is a discussion on #21 Troy Bayliss within the IR & HDR Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Of course, since it was with Ducati's booth at the International Motorcycle Show, it may or may not have been the real thing. But as ...


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    Of course, since it was with Ducati's booth at the International Motorcycle Show, it may or may not have been the real thing. But as a Ducati fan and former Xerox PARC employee, I felt compelled to snap this pic anyway!



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    motojoe,

    What this picture cries out for is a little more RED. (Just kidding.)

    Nice sharp and interesting trade show capture. It's not easy shooting in these changing light environments.

    Good job.

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    Hub,

    Thanks! The Ducati booth is the same that they've used the last couple of years and is definitely really red in a many ways. It was very overpowering in person compared to many of the other booths there and I did want to convey some of what being there was like. It was right across the way from KTM, who showed a little more restraint with their signature orange motif.

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    Might be worth experimenting with some B&W

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    Nice shot. Do you do alot of 2 wheel photography?
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    Nice shot and even better when viewed larger
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    Nice shot. Do you do alot of 2 wheel photography?
    There will be a lot more coming with the upcoming season. I work in the motorcycle industry and the opportunity is always there...

    Nice shot and even better when viewed larger
    Thanks!

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    Hey Joe, check your messages
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