Road Trip to Forrest Hills

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© Bernie Ledesma
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My own unique way of capturing images and ride at the same time...

4 responses

  • !~) Emelia Isaac

    !~) Emelia Isaac said (3 Jun 2008):

    i can't tell you how many times i've sat on the back of a bike & though, "i whish I had my camera right now!"
    Love this!

  • Bernie Ledesma

    Bernie Ledesma said (20 Jun 2008):

    Hi Emelia, that would create nice images, just do it! It will be safer than driving and taking the shot as this shot shows...

  • Michael Fancher

    Michael Fancher said (4 Jul 2008):

    I ride a motorcycle and I'm a photographer too. How did you take this shot? Did you attach the camera to your helmet and set a self-timer on your shutter release?

  • Bernie Ledesma

    Bernie Ledesma said (4 Jul 2008):

    Hi Michael, id be glad to share with you my techniques, I think its quite rare to see someone else who shares the same two passion as I have, photography and riding big bikes. but first you will have to sign a waiver, I shall not be responsible for any occurrences due to this technique.
    The camera is hung around my neck but the camera strap has to be the quick release type. It has to be shortened (using masking tape) so it sits on the chest area (if not you just get shots of your speedometer. Use a wide angle 10-22mm (Canon) set the camera to Shutter priority (yull have to experiment) start off with 30-60, set to 10 second timer, make sure the camera will not shut itself automatically (on your camera manual) thats it.
    So if you see a nice corner, estimate 10 seconds before and press the shutter button, and thats it. Pls. let me know how it goes...

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