Join Date: Aug 2016
Location: Aggieland, Texas
I fancy myself a hobby photographer, and in my classes I teach that anybody can be a good photographer, and with any camera gear!
Most great shots, are "seen," before the photographer even puts the camera to their face.
Taking the picture is just the result of what your mind's eye saw!
Even with that Motorola, you have a natural ability to "see" the photo, before it is taken!
I got an award, one time, for a photo I took of an Amaryllis, that I shot with a Kodak point and shoot.
This is a true story. I am getting ready to head out to work one Spring morning, rolled out Scorpion, so I could warm it up. Turned back to the garage, to get my gear on, and saw the flower.
I ran into my garage, and grabbed my old busted-a$$ Kodak point and shoot that I use to document repairs on anything I am wrenching on, and ran back out and took the shot!
Now, I have $3,000 worth of camera gear in the house, mind you, but I didn't have time to set all that junk up, so I just grabbed and shot.
From your photos, I can see and smell myself there on the Outer Banks! You captured them perfectly!
'06 FJR1300A - Orion the Hunter
1977 Yamaha YZ-80 - Dirty Girl
1978 Yamaha YZ-125 - Dirt in the Shirt
1976 Yamaha XS500 - Old Blue
1980 Yamaha XS850SG - Twisted Triple or "TT"
1980 Yamaha XS11SG - Scorpion
1998 Kawasaki Voyager XII - Kermit
Family Member bikes
1982 Yamaha XJ650J - Whole Lotta Rosie
1982 Yamaha Virago 750 - "V"
2007 Honda CBR600RR - Holy S&!T
2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S - Tiny Spock