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Yesterday morning I went to Safety Orientation at Walsh Construction to learn the protocols for job site safety while shooting on the Ohio River Bridges Project. It was a beautiful morning and since I was early I decided to capture a few shots of my bike while waiting for the class to start. I really liked the cloud patterns and the Colgate-Palmolive clock in the background and set up my composition around them and the quarter view of the bike.
I shot my standard bracket set 0f +2, 0 and -2 EV to get my frames for an HDR image I was envisioning. Back at my desk I merged the three frames using NIK HDR Efex Pro 2 where I also tone mapped and adjusted the image detail and colors. I then returned the HDR image to Aperture 3 for final adjustments and sharpening.
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Don’t know if this ride has a name, but she sure looks good! Think I’ll name this photograph for you. TIME TO RIDE! KLS
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Thanks My Brother I haven’t figured out a name for it. maybe I should just call it “Untitled For Now”. Hope you and the rest of your posse are having a “Ride of the Century” again. Peace!