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Nissan Skyline, Mazda RX7, Toyota Supra

 
Tobias ­ N
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Sep 24, 2010 14:27 |  #1

A couple of weeks ago i got the chance to photograph a few nice cars. The Skyline is 700+ hp and the Supra 550+ hp, C&C welcomed.


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Sep 24, 2010 15:27 |  #2

Awesome Cars! Nice shots. A little blurry on the motion shots, need faster aperture.


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Sep 24, 2010 16:07 |  #3

Pacific Muscle! Great set

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Sep 24, 2010 17:06 as a reply to  @ sk82712's post |  #4

Awesome shots man. Loving the Skyline!


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Sep 24, 2010 18:25 |  #5

Z FOTOTECHNIKA wrote in post #10971817 (external link)
Awesome Cars! Nice shots. A little blurry on the motion shots, need faster aperture.

I agree about the awesome cars comment. I disagree about them being blurry and the aperture.
I dont see any blur other than where it should be. A wider aperture would have given less dof and I think the dof is fine where it is.
Great shots!


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Sep 25, 2010 02:59 |  #6

Shots look good. Awesome cars!!!


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Sep 25, 2010 03:31 |  #7

The 2nd shot is great. The rest of them, however, i'm not really fond of. The lighting seems very patchy and the shots quite underexposed. Especially the first one, the lighting is very strange and choppy. Maybe work on your still shots, but that second one is a killer :).


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Sep 25, 2010 03:36 |  #8

Agnu wrote in post #10974758 (external link)
The 2nd shot is great. The rest of them, however, i'm not really fond of. The lighting seems very patchy and the shots quite underexposed. Especially the first one, the lighting is very strange and choppy. Maybe work on your still shots, but that second one is a killer :).

agree with you... I really like the 2nd shot too :D


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Sep 25, 2010 05:18 |  #9

I've seen the r324 on a swedish forum ;) good shots but a bit underexposed :/


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Sep 25, 2010 14:29 |  #10

Very nice!!




  
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Sep 26, 2010 09:39 |  #11

Love #2, but I'd crop off the bottom just above that reflection/flare. It just floats there & my eye keeps going to it.


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Sep 26, 2010 20:26 |  #12

they are all beautiful cars. I agree, #2 is sweet.

how were you able to get shots like these?


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Sep 27, 2010 11:43 |  #13

sk82712 wrote in post #10972052 (external link)
Pacific Muscle! Great set

-Adam

White.Lightning wrote in post #10972382 (external link)
Awesome shots man. Loving the Skyline!

jrad4real wrote in post #10974714 (external link)
Shots look good. Awesome cars!!!

monk3y wrote in post #10974763 (external link)
agree with you... I really like the 2nd shot too :D

djdino wrote in post #10976644 (external link)
Very nice!!

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Z FOTOTECHNIKA wrote in post #10971817 (external link)
Awesome Cars! Nice shots. A little blurry on the motion shots, need faster aperture.

zelseman wrote in post #10972771 (external link)
I agree about the awesome cars comment. I disagree about them being blurry and the aperture.
I dont see any blur other than where it should be. A wider aperture would have given less dof and I think the dof is fine where it is.
Great shots!

Thanks!

Hard to get both crisp images and motion blur in the shots, but I think these are pretty good.

Agnu wrote in post #10974758 (external link)
The 2nd shot is great. The rest of them, however, i'm not really fond of. The lighting seems very patchy and the shots quite underexposed. Especially the first one, the lighting is very strange and choppy. Maybe work on your still shots, but that second one is a killer :).

RSebaF wrote in post #10974912 (external link)
I've seen the r324 on a swedish forum ;) good shots but a bit underexposed :/

The underexposed look is my PS work, just because i liked it in these shots. The lighting is all natural and i agree it's a bit odd.

PhotosGuy wrote in post #10980199 (external link)
Love #2, but I'd crop off the bottom just above that reflection/flare. It just floats there & my eye keeps going to it.

Thanks for the feedback, I will look into it. I like that part because it adds motion to the shot, but i agree about the reflection.

JeratBP wrote in post #10983217 (external link)
they are all beautiful cars. I agree, #2 is sweet.

how were you able to get shots like these?

Thanks!

In the motion shots i'm in a second car in front of the rest. the post work is done using PS and curves.


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Sep 27, 2010 11:50 |  #14

Beautiful collection of cars!!! My favorite though is the r33 ahhh to own that one day :(


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