Journal Comments - Pedaling and Shooting in Bavaria 2019 - CycleBlaze

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From Pedaling and Shooting in Bavaria 2019 by Suzanne Gibson

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Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Tricia Graham on Day 2: The Ride Home

And I think you are in for some good weather, too!

2 years ago
Tricia Graham commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

This makes me feel even more excited about where we will be in a weeks time. We may even see storks. Before they have always abandoned their nests when we get to Europe but this year we are leaving about 3 weeks earlier than normal

2 years ago
Steve Miller/Grampies commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

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2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Gregory Garceau on Day 2: The Ride Home

I forgot to mention that I also do a fair amount of post processing. For me that is part of the art of photography.

2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Gregory Garceau on Day 2: The Ride Home

Thanks, Greg! Not that I think I'm that great, but yes, it is frustrating when people say 'you must have a good camera.' But it isn't necessarily talent or a good eye, either. It's practice and much time spent playing with my camera and learning.

2 years ago
Gregory Garceau commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

I look at your pictures and say to myself "I need a better camera." Then I remember that the art of photography involves a lot more than a good camera--like a good eye for a great shot.

2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Kathleen Jones on Day 2: The Ride Home

Glad you liked my pictures, Kathleen! Yes, Janos does have e-assist. He got it the same time I did. We are now on our second generation e-bikes, and I got mine a year earlier than he did. He absolutely loves the bike he has now.

2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Rachael Anderson on Day 2: The Ride Home

Yes, I mounted the cam on my bike and dispensed with my handlebar bag which was in the frame when I shot videos. The cargo bag in the back seems to be a good solution. Hope you get the extension in time for Canada!

2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Nancy Graham on Day 2: The Ride Home

Right, who cares about clouds, it's no rain that counts.

2 years ago
Suzanne Gibson replied to a comment by Rachael Anderson on Day 1: To Hofstetten

You warned me. But there is good software for correcting the shake, and since I don't post until we get home anyway, I'll have time to process the videos.

2 years ago
Rachael Anderson replied to a comment by Suzanne Gibson on Day 1: To Hofstetten

Thanks. The great image stabilization makes all the difference.

2 years ago
Rachael Anderson commented on a photo in Day 1: To Hofstetten

Looks like the camera works well with still photos. I’ve only used it for videos unless it gets on the wrong setting.

2 years ago
Kathleen Jones commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

I like how you phrased it: "It's still not raining." A miracle just for you and Janos so you can get out of the house.

Does Janos have e-assist on his bike? Do I remember right that he did not have that on his bike originally?

Thanks for the great photos, as usual. Really amazing how wonderful those GoPro stills are.

2 years ago
Rachael Anderson commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

I’m glad you avoided the rain and that you could get an early breakfast. I agree with you about waiting around. Great pictures! Looks like you have your camera on your bike. I hope it’s working out. I tried my camera on my Surley straggler which we are taking to Canada and found out it’s not high enough to avoid showing the handlebars, so I put in a rush order for an extension arm. I hope it comes when it said it should and it works.

2 years ago
Nancy Graham commented on Day 2: The Ride Home

Clouds schmouds. You had beauty with or without blue sky ;-). Nice you were at home, high and dry, by the time the rain started. What a fantastic two day tour. I am a bit envious ;’-).

2 years ago