How to photograph a racing bicycle

This guide is ideal sequel to “how to photograph a bike” and stems from the consideration of the peculiarities of the racing bike.

1) Bike  crank side

2) Bike other side

3) Crank set

4) Rear derailleur

5) Handlebar

6) Handlebar stem

7) Fork

8) Headset

9) Saddle lug

10) Graphics, downtube

11) Graphics, vertical

12) Graphics, headset

13) Pedals

14) Front hub

15) Rear hub

16) Front derailleur

17) Chain

18) Shifters

19) Frame number

20) Saddle

21) Wheels (rims, spokes etc.)

22) Brakes

23) Other (mudguards etc.)

M.A.

How to photograph a road bicycle

This guide is ideal sequel to “how to photograph a bike” and stems from the consideration of the peculiarities of the racing bike.

1) Bike  crank side

2) Bike other side

3) Crank set

4) Rear derailleur

5) Handlebar

6) Handlebar stem

7) Fork

8) Headset

9) Saddle lug

10) Graphics, downtube

11) Graphics, vertical

12) Graphics, headset

13) Pedals

14) Front hub

15) Rear hub

16) Front derailleur

17) Chain

18) Shifters

19) Frame number

20) Saddle

21) Wheels (rims, spokes etc.)

22) Brakes

23) Other (mudguards etc.)

M.A.