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#155573 - 03/04/05 12:17 PM Bicycle touring photography
Paul J
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Impressions from bicycle travels - www.projection3.com

Hello touring bicyclists,

Our website has recently been updated with new impressions. This addition consists of 6 photo galleries taken in the American Southwest with the title "cycling landscapes".

We invite you to take a look : Cycling landscapes

Happy trails,

Paul Jeurissen & Grace Johnson

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#156490 - 03/07/05 10:53 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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Nice pictures! Wish they were a tad larger, though... Anyways, good job!
"One man's poison is another man's meat."
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#164491 - 04/12/05 10:03 AM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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very interesting site and fantastic pictures. Regards from Jordan -
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#164682 - 04/12/05 11:34 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: 2 wheels]
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Wow, just awesome!

I´d love to hear more about your technical views on taking pictures of hat kind!

Keep up the good work!
moogley
Grüße, moogley
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#167367 - 04/22/05 03:04 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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well, is there ANY picture WITHOUT you ????
... it's all in your mind ...
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#167391 - 04/22/05 04:21 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: acanay]
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Well duuuhh, don´t you get the idea behind it?
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#167908 - 04/25/05 04:21 AM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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Hello, my question is: after you had travel with pro-level camaras and lens, have you see that the lens have sufered damage for the bike vibration or something like that??

Thanks!!
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#169092 - 04/29/05 02:30 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Planchazo]
Paul J
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Hi,

Thanks for the friendly reactions.

Almost all of the photos were made with old Canon A1’s + 28mm, 50mm and 70-205mm lenses. When a camera began to wear out, it wasn’t difficult to find an undamaged used Canon A1. We carry our camera equipment in a handlebar bag and have never had serious camera/lens problems in spite of the road vibrations while bicycling (knock on wood!). We used to use Kodak Elite Chrome 100 since it always gave good results under varied light conditions. Just recently we have bought a new digital camera; the Nikon D70. We are now busy testing this camera, so we can’t really say how it performs during a bicycle trip. At least in the future we won’t have to carry all of those film rolls!

Happy travels,
Paul & Grace
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#170072 - 05/03/05 12:07 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: moogley]
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not at all
what ? self-advertisment ?
... it's all in your mind ...
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#385525 - 11/10/07 11:07 AM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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Impressions from bicycle travels - www.projection3.com

We have just updated our website with bicycle photos taken in Southern India.

Cycling in India
Indian bicycles
Professionals
Travelling about
Kanyakumari
Grapes – on the road

Greetings,

Paul Jeurissen & Grace Johnson

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#385596 - 11/10/07 03:56 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: moogley]
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Well duuuhh, don´t you get the idea behind it?

I do, but why should one do that ??? confused
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#385930 - 11/12/07 10:56 AM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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Neat stuff guys!

Don´t let others poopooh your work!

On the internet we can see billions of pictures with an exotic backdrop made by globetrotting cyclists.

Despite the fact that some are nicely made, most do not integrate a personal aspect in a conclusive way.
They are merely nice pics from exotic places - not much to it, since there is so much of that kind around.

Withe Grace in red on the other hand, your pics do have this personal note.

It´s a different approach and I like it !
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#592418 - 02/12/10 06:09 AM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: Paul J]
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Nice pictures you had there!
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#623102 - 05/25/10 02:33 PM Re: Bicycle touring photography [Re: acanay]
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Originally Posted By: acanay
well, is there ANY picture WITHOUT you ????


I'm looking at that website, and there is a lot of pictures without cyclists smile

Anyway I agree, the 'Cycling Landscapes' are original as they are, with the cyclist. I like them and their colors very much!
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