Up Close and Personal: Zoom baby. Not every shot with a motorcycle in it has to include the rubber at both ends and yards of backdrop. If you're going for a pic of a rider or a passenger, go for the facial expressions—and capture the feeling that comes with riding. You might only see the suggestion of the bike in the shot. On the other hand, if you want the scene, and the bike and people are secondary, think about "negative space" and enhance the feeling of wide-open vista by giving more billing to sky, mountains, water. Also, try not to center your bike, rider or group in every shot. Offsetting the subject always makes for a more dynamic photo. So if you have a beautiful vista, focus on the bike, but then pull out and off the subject for a feel of destination.