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· More Cowbell
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Had a long weekend and decided to catch up on some photography projects. I threw the new ones in with some that have been posted before....

No reason other than I wanted to share....

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1992 Waterford 2200


1985 Dave Moulton Fuso


1986 Vetta SL


1990 Daccordi 50th Anniversary


2007 Orbea Orca


And here are some classics from the past...

1988 Pinarello Montello


1992 Giordana Spica


2003 Trek 5500
 

· Matnlely Dregaend
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What camera/lens/flash? And more importantly, how do you keep the bikes from falling over?
 

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DrSmile said:
What camera/lens/flash? And more importantly, how do you keep the bikes from falling over?
Canon 20D with studio lights. Standard lens that came with the camera. Bikes not leaning against the wall are propped up by a small T-stand that hooks into the center of the crank on the rear side. It then gets photoshopped out.

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· Windrider (Stubborn)
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Nice....That Pinarello is one sweet bike.

Len
 

· Gruntled
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Wow...

Great shots, and great bikes. Are they all yours? That Fuso is sweet. It takes me back; I had a teammate who rode one of those back in the mid-late 80s.
 

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terry b said:
I'm throwing mine in the UHaul and coming up for a portrait sitting.

Nice, nice photos.
You get them here and I'll shoot them. Of course, I think you'll need more than a U-Haul trailer. Maybe a semi....

We'll make a weekend of it and get a ride or 2 in as well.
 

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My fave paint scheme was on the Vetta. Not run-of -the-mill stuff. Good job on the pics. using a large overhead soft box with some other fill?
 

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Mr. Versatile said:
My fave paint scheme was on the Vetta. Not run-of -the-mill stuff. Good job on the pics. using a large overhead soft box with some other fill?
Correct. 2 kino flows with daylight tubes overhead and a white bounce card on the floor. The Vetta is the definite sleeper of the bunch. Every bit the equal to its more pedigreed brethren. I love that bike.

Thanks for the comments.

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How bizarre...........

I was just thinking about your bike collection having seen one of your comments elsewhere, next thing i know you've saved me a search by reposting them all. You're slightly similar to me in as much as you seem to match retro and modern components - great collection.

The chrome Pinarello and the Daccordi are my fav, I also really like the Vetta and Fuso too - to be frank I really like them all.:thumbsup:

DannyBoy.
 
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