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 Post subject: my paso meets HDR imaging :: a studio shot
PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 4:27 am 
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nice girl!
Is she busy tonight?
I meant to invite her for a drink :-P :lol: :evil:

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Very interesting angle and lighting, Mike. It shows lines I've never before noticed in the Paso.
Good work!


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The chain is to tight! :-)

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Speedo meter cable is missing... :lol:

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jcslocum wrote:
The chain is to tight! :-)

finnpaso wrote:
Speedo meter cable is missing...
Speedo meter cable is missing... :lol:

the bodywork is too bright;
there's a canvas under the front tyre;
the (paso)owner(s) is(are) too pride of his(Their) babe(s)
:D :-P :lol: :D :lol: :D :-P :lol:

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And is that a patch of missing paint on the belly next to the air inlet???

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who put the decals on? and What No ducatipaso.org sticker? Oh fearless leader,what where you thinking?

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the gear changing rod is not mounted correctly at the pedal, the rubber cover on the brake lever joint and the exhaust clamps are missing, such as the licence plate holder. ... just to finish this :D

a really nice picture and a really nice bike, Mike.

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yes, the speedo cable is gone. i took it off because it was a visual distraction, same with the license plate hanger
the exhaust clamps are there, just neatly arranged
the chain appears tight because the swingarm is hanging down, when on the ground it's fine
the towel under the front tyre is to keep it from staining my floor
the patch of missing paint is from a piece of crap geting thrown up off the road I should touch that up

I'm surprised nobody commented on the dirty headers or the ground-up sidestand... nor offered me money for the new tyres

G, I'm not sure what you mean about the gearchange rod, explain?

:)

thanks guys. I'll shoot it again from a more 'normal' angle after these issues have been corrected
it's an easy subject to shoot perfecting my HDR skills


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mike wrote:
thanks guys. I'll shoot it again from a more 'normal' angle after these issues have been corrected
it's an easy subject to shoot perfecting my HDR skills



The bike is simply lovely.
If you feel like shooting more, it's ok, but I'd let them watch the one you put in the post and feeling enviously yellow!
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mike wrote:
I'm surprised nobody commented on the dirty headers or the ground-up sidestand... nor offered me money for the new tyres
:)


Oh I forgot!
there's something under the centerstand!
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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G, I'm not sure what you mean about the gearchange rod, explain?

this is what I mean. Your`s (I really can`t see an exhaust clamp)
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and the normal position
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G.

PS: anyone know if originally there was a clear rubber tube on the side stand springs ?


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