Right hand drive?
Mar 14, 2017 15:55 as a reply to post 18300963 |
Right hand drive?
Joined Dec 2016
one from tonight in the studio[IMAGE'S LINK: https://flic.kr/p/SLtXNg]8J9A3447-Edit by Bart Cepek, on Flickr
1952 Chevy Good Humor Ice Cream Truck[IMAGE'S LINK: https://www.flickr.com ...383/in/dateposted-public/]
1952 Chevy Ice Cream Truck by Generator Photography on Flickr
"Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I'm going to take tomorrow."
couple detail shots of the MG
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Joined Jun 2005
Mar 17, 2017 07:49 as a reply to mstg46's post |
Really love the lighting in that,spot on!!!
The equipment you'll leave at home will be the equipment you'll need the most!
davidfarina wrote in post #18303316
Youre welcome! May I ask how you lit the car? And is the fog added in post?
This is actually a composite photo. The garage was one photo and the car another. I've been practicing compositing photos, and this was my first fully composite photo that actually worked. Until this point, I was only doing partial composites. I lit the car in a dark showroom using a constant lamp. I took several photos of the car moving the light source around the car for each photo. I THINK it was probably 6 or 7 photos combined in Photoshop to get the appropriate lighting on the car. The garage photo didn't have any fog, or the light to the left of the photo. I added that in myself.
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