Ian’s Bike 12th July 2010

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Shot Notes

I took this while taking my slightly smaller bike round Rutland Water yesterday. If anyone can identify the model of the bike please feel free to comment. In the original image all the colour was in the bright green trees of the background. To put the emphasis back on this impressive machine I used Split Toning on the bike and desaturation and Gaussian Blur on the background.

7 Responses to “Ian’s Bike”

  1. 1

    It does give the bike a rather “steampunk” look.

  2. 2

    Steampunk, Interesting. We will have to call it the “Steampunk Effect” then.

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    Sharon Van Lieu:

    Excellent shot!


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    Francesc B.:

    Excellent processing and framing… I think that the bike is a big Harley, but I don’t know the model… a touring model probably…

  5. 5

    Thanks Francese, I remember it being the biggest bike there. A Harley sounds plausible. Maybe this other angle will help.
    Bike 2

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    Kevin P.:

    Very impressive composition and processing !

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    Benz World Blog » Maryborough Steamfesta:

    […] first became aware of Steampunk after my brother commented on this post from the UK in 2010. The style is a creative mix of old and new, so anything goes, from the […]

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