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Aug 27, 2010 09:00 |  #1

C&C welcome! I haven't posted in a long time so I thought I'd start again. Just been super busy with life in general.

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Aug 27, 2010 09:52 |  #2

I absolutely LOVE #'s 2 and 3. The lighting on 2 confuses me though, how'd you do it? did you use a CPL with ambient?


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Aug 27, 2010 09:55 |  #3

Number 2 is actually an HDR. With a CPL and 2 bare strobes.


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Aug 27, 2010 10:56 as a reply to  @ funkybuddha's post |  #4

#3 is absolutely amazing, very nicely lit ... also 2 strobes ?

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Aug 27, 2010 11:19 |  #5

Beautiful car. Nice shots


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Aug 27, 2010 11:38 |  #6

lambocars wrote in post #10799929 (external link)
#3 is absolutely amazing, very nicely lit ... also 2 strobes ?

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Yes 2 strobes as well. 2 x 430EX with cybersync triggers.


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Aug 27, 2010 11:56 as a reply to  @ funkybuddha's post |  #7

Can't tell which one is the best.


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Aug 27, 2010 14:08 |  #8

#3 works the best for me. A less busy background would be nice.


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Aug 27, 2010 16:31 |  #9

#3 is the winner here. The rest don't do much for me.


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Aug 27, 2010 21:40 |  #10
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3 is nice, others not so much


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Aug 28, 2010 03:03 |  #11

Could you guys tell me what's wrong with the others just so I know for next time?


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Aug 28, 2010 06:16 |  #12

funkybuddha wrote in post #10804760 (external link)
Could you guys tell me what's wrong with the others just so I know for next time?

#1 is pretty obvious, way too much vibration in rig.

#2 HDR doesn't work great, neither does the angle.

#3 is nice but needs more light on the nose and could do with some cloning to remove the signs and orange things stcking out of the front.

#5 sky is blown and the back end of the car falls into that blown sky, also could be framed with a little more room in front of car.

Obviously all just my opinion. Damn hot car BTW and those wheels look awesome, is it your car?


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Aug 28, 2010 11:52 |  #13

No not my car haha. My buddy's. Supercharged at 5psi. At our altitude, it's doing 430whp. At sea level it's supposed to do around 500 to the rear wheels. On race gas, it's around 550-600. It's nuts.

Sky ....that was another story. We were getting a lot of smoke from forest fires in the area. How would one control that besides not having it in the picture at all?


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Aug 28, 2010 16:38 as a reply to  @ funkybuddha's post |  #14

So, who is hanging out of the moving vehicle to take a picture of your car?:)




  
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Aug 29, 2010 22:43 |  #15

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So, who is hanging out of the moving vehicle to take a picture of your car?:)

LOL..I got minions :P


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