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20x11 Dpe's on a slammed five series

 
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Jun 21, 2010 02:44 |  #1

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Jun 21, 2010 06:24 |  #2

I think the wide angle of this makes the wheels looks ridiculous. The entire car looks stretch and its dirty.


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Jun 21, 2010 06:57 |  #3

Nice shot, but what on earth are 20x11 DPes??


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Jun 21, 2010 08:46 |  #4

Tendy wrote in post #10399275 (external link)
Nice shot, but what on earth are 20x11 DPes??

Wheel size =)

Nice shot.. I love the 5 series bimmer..any more pics ??


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Jun 21, 2010 13:45 |  #5

Interesting shot.


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Jun 21, 2010 14:54 |  #6

I like it, and the wheels look sick!


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Jun 21, 2010 15:06 |  #7

do 20s on a 3 or 5 series slow the car down much? they sitting on coilovers?


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Jun 21, 2010 21:16 as a reply to  @ Octowl's post |  #8

Nice wheels, the light above the car seems a little intense though.


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Jun 21, 2010 22:28 |  #9

that doesn't look slammed but I agree about the car being dirty.... and about that particular wide angle lens.


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Jun 21, 2010 23:57 |  #10

The car looks dirty, because of the rain. An effect I enjoy in the first photo.

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Jun 22, 2010 00:54 |  #11

I'd love to see the car against less busy backgrounds. It gets lost in the background in a lot of the shots. I like the idea of the graffiti wall shots, there needs to be more car in them. I never really got a mental picture of what the car looks like as a whole until I saw the last few photos. I like the last 2 the best because the lines on the 7 series speak for themselves, especially sitting on those rims the way it does. Sometimes less is more.




  
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Jun 22, 2010 22:02 |  #12
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RadAL wrote in post #10404306 (external link)
that doesn't look slammed but I agree about the car being dirty.... and about that particular wide angle lens.

Those are great shots and the dirty aspect makes them even more interesting...care to show how would you improve these guy's shots in your critique?


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Jun 22, 2010 23:54 |  #13

care to get off my ass? I would crop almost all the blackness of the sky / above the murals in the first 2 shots (of his 2nd post), and in the 2nd to last shot, I would crop some of the sky/some of the pavement. The others are fine as far as cropping. The dirtiness makes them look bad, considering what the car is and how dry the landscape is.... unless it was on a dirty trail in the country/muddy trail.

PS- I don't get what he means about rain, its dry... unless he means a previous day or earlier in the day (by which time he could have spent some time washing it or if it wasn't his, had the owner wash it)


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Jun 22, 2010 23:57 |  #14

Tendy wrote in post #10399275 (external link)
Nice shot, but what on earth are 20x11 DPes??

Rims are 11 inches wide but the tire is narrower so they stretch the tire

call it tucked and dumped, hella flush what ever you want

the last pic shows it well


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Jun 24, 2010 21:16 |  #15

RadAL wrote in post #10410673 (external link)
care to get off my ass?

Haha, you're one to talk...


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