3 years ago1,000+ Views
I brought my Cannondale Quick Carbon 1 into my studio to shoot some green screen photos - to allow me to put my bicycle in interesting environments.
Gah, these are sick man. The only suggestion I would have is maybe do some driveside shots. People usually like to see the groupset
3 years ago·Reply
Good point. Thanks. I've already modified this bike's drive train. Changed the cassette to an Ultegra 11-24 Changed chainrings to 52-36 Changed the front derailleur to an Ultegra (braze-on) from the 105. The rear is already an Ultegra. Dura Ace pedals Easton 130mm Carbon stem (EC90SL) And I have modified the Shimano Rapid-Fire shifters - removing the gear indicators.
3 years ago·Reply
I have a little bit of experience in photoshop, but I am no means an expert. I think you put these together well, there is not much physical evidence that you inserted the bike into the images. That being said, personally I think the lighting is off in a few of them. Not just the shadow but the exposure of the bike doesn't always match these settings. That's just what I see, I think these are great though!
3 years ago·Reply
typically the plate would be shot with the main subject in mind, or the main subject lit to match the plate - if it's an SFX shot. I was just playing around with various backgrounds without worrying about the lighting. You are absolutely right, some work better than others.
3 years ago·Reply