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Jan 13, 2011 01:25 |  #1

Took a quick shot of my baby, here she is. Warning: Adult contents only!

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Jan 13, 2011 06:26 |  #2

thats the kind of baby I could spend all day playing with. Real nice photos, and lovely car. Really like the PP aswell :)


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Jan 13, 2011 10:54 |  #3

Nice shots. I like the PP. It's not overdone. So where is this adult content you talk about? I just see a car.


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Jan 13, 2011 11:31 |  #4

a bit grainy


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Jan 13, 2011 11:32 |  #5

nice


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Jan 13, 2011 12:38 |  #6

I like #1 best... nice work... but is it gold or yellow? If it's yellow, I'd take some of the blue/green out of that part of the paint.


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Jan 13, 2011 16:02 |  #7

these the other day. i like the processing a lot, although it is a bit grainy.


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Jan 14, 2011 00:42 |  #8

Not a fan of the processing. There seem to be areas darker on the yellow on various spots of the car.


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Jan 15, 2011 01:01 |  #9

Personally, I think #3 is one of the most dynamic images i've ever seen on this forum. And that's a huge call. Personally I love the processing, the light and the entire feel. This is also the exact style of commercial Auto which is selling like crazy down here. The first two shot's i'm not as excited about though, if I were you i'd stick to showing off the 3rd. Great work.


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Jan 15, 2011 02:15 |  #10

Let me clear things up a bit. First of all the, the adult content. Just having a little fun with you guys, looks like I got your attention a bit or two? The blue mixed with the yellow paint? Anyone care for a second guess? Okay, it's dirt. The car haven't been was for decades, okay maybe a few months. That's why some part of the paint looks a bit weird, thus also making it appear darker and making you guess if the car were yellow or not. Normally people shoot a clean car, but I went the other route. If there was actual dirt and mud on that thing, ohhh I don't wanna think about it = that would be a big turn on...for me. HDR post processing. I like the bluish greeish and grainiest look to it, it's different and out of the norm. Makes it more interesting, for me. It's like a fantasy world.
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Jan 15, 2011 02:28 |  #11

Leafy Photography wrote in post #11637354 (external link)
Not a fan of the processing. There seem to be areas darker on the yellow on various spots of the car.

I didn't expect everyone to be on the same boat here. Just a friendly advise, you might wanna change your website background a bit. They say that light attract the human eyes, its where people look at first when viewing an image. There's too much distracting bright lines on your background. Your portfolio are nice, but the background make it hard to view the images. Just my 2 cent. You gave me your opinion, now I gave you mine. Future CC is always appreciated.


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Jan 17, 2011 15:31 |  #12

emperorevo86 wrote in post #11644808 (external link)
I didn't expect everyone to be on the same boat here. Just a friendly advise, you might wanna change your website background a bit. They say that light attract the human eyes, its where people look at first when viewing an image. There's too much distracting bright lines on your background. Your portfolio are nice, but the background make it hard to view the images. Just my 2 cent. You gave me your opinion, now I gave you mine. Future CC is always appreciated.

Thanks. Enjoy your HDR phase, and hope it passes soon. :lol:


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Jan 17, 2011 15:41 |  #13

The photos seem to be grainy. and angle of the car is the same in all of them, It would have been nice to get a side shot or a back shot.

Nice evo though. I had a 2003 myself, but sold it back in '07


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Jan 17, 2011 16:33 |  #14

Shots are way to grainy, Keep your ISO low.

HDR rarely works for car shots.


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Jan 17, 2011 18:28 |  #15

Just putting it out there; I still love that third one. Car photography is very subjective, but I assure you, that third shot would sell whereas 90% of the other ones on this forum wouldn't. Stick to your 'HDR Phase', and get better at it. You never know; it could serve you very well in the future.


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