ATV rig shot

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Hey guys, here is a picture of my fat but :). I don't think I've posted this one before. I've been wanting to try a rig shot of my ATV. I think it turned out pretty good. The 17mm gave a bit more distortion than I'd like. I put the bike in neutral and used the winch attached to a tree to slowly move it forward during a 4 sec exposure. Then I removed the rig and winch line in post. What do you think?

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Thanks everyone. Here's the picture straight from the camera and yes, I know my rig is totally ghetto :). I've actually struggled quite a bit to find materials that are light and easy to mount yet strong enough to support a camera and not shake (for cars and atv's). I've actually been considering getting a D40x to use for rig shots as it's light weight would be much easier to support than my D3. Plus, I wouldn't cry as much if it fell :).

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Thanks. The cloning is pretty easy. Just make a new layer and use the clone tool and patch tools.
 
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