i believe in fixies wrote:
You might want to re-think that. My view is that a filthy post ride shot with an accompanying post clean shot is one thing but a minimal effort generaly grubby bike shot is a whole different matter. It doesn't have to be a garage queen, I prefer bikes that most definately aren't as they're supposed to be ridden, but take a look at Woody's RM, a lot of effort has gone in to presenting a clean pic of it as well as one of it in action.Spoken like a photographer at a photo contest
, which IMHO this BOTM thread is becoming....seems to me more about the quality of the photo rather than the bikes? Is this a photo website or a bike web site?
I didn't read that into his reply - he didn't appear to be criticising the photo or it's composition, per se, more the condition of the bike in
There may be a case for BOTM becoming too David Bailey, but this wasn't it, in my opinion.