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Feb 04, 2011 23:56 |  #1

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Feb 05, 2011 00:14 |  #2

Sick looking ride. Think in 3 it would have looked a bit better with the driver door closed.


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Feb 05, 2011 00:19 |  #3

Thanks. Thats a good idea. Here are the known specs on the car.
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Feb 05, 2011 09:10 |  #4

Surprisingly, I like the first one. ;)


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Feb 05, 2011 11:41 |  #5

other than the crooked doors, awesome shots and awesome car!


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Feb 05, 2011 12:50 |  #6

on the first shot i don't like the bright red sign that's touching the left door.. also why aren't the doors the same? they look off the in the first photo.

i do like the third photo the best :D


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Feb 05, 2011 16:26 |  #7

Wow, that's a clean car and these are some clean photos. I like the first photo the best, but I find the orange sign a little distracting. I think the second photo would look better if the car filled more of the frame. Keep up the good work!




  
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Feb 05, 2011 19:26 |  #8

maybe slower shutter speed next time (since you are tracking) for more movement in the wheels.


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Feb 06, 2011 06:02 as a reply to  @ RadAL's post |  #9

I'm almost sure you darkened the windows on the door in the first shot, they look lighter in all other shots, I have it written down in one of my tutorials by they way.

The rolling shot looks like a car-to-car shot, at 60Km/h you can get away with a 1/60 shutter and an IS lens ... works perfectly !

I the window a bit lowered in the second shot ... there is a light section at the driver's door, so I would guess the window isn't totally shut ?

Three would be the money shot for me ... if the driver's door was shut and the car wasn't smack in the middle of the frame ... the post processing and the sky are stunning in this picture, pp on the first is a bit over the top for me while the pp on the second isn't far enough ... I know, I'm difficult ... you should see me when I'm judging my own pictures :oops:


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Feb 07, 2011 22:44 |  #10

I appreciate all the feedback

PhotosGuy wrote in post #11781522 (external link)
Surprisingly, I like the first one. ;)

sumyungviet wrote in post #11782216 (external link)
other than the crooked doors, awesome shots and awesome car!

Thanks

staticuxo wrote in post #11782514 (external link)
on the first shot i don't like the bright red sign that's touching the left door.. also why aren't the doors the same? they look off the in the first photo.

i do like the third photo the best :D

JCAMER wrote in post #11783570 (external link)
Wow, that's a clean car and these are some clean photos. I like the first photo the best, but I find the orange sign a little distracting. I think the second photo would look better if the car filled more of the frame. Keep up the good work!

Thanks. I actually used the sponge tool and saturated the sign a little. I will de-saturate the sign and see how it turns out.

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maybe slower shutter speed next time (since you are tracking) for more movement in the wheels.

The rolling shot was unplanned. I happened to have my 7D on my passenger seat and saw the car next to me and just took a shot and prayed.

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I'm almost sure you darkened the windows on the door in the first shot, they look lighter in all other shots, I have it written down in one of my tutorials by they way.

The rolling shot looks like a car-to-car shot, at 60Km/h you can get away with a 1/60 shutter and an IS lens ... works perfectly !

I the window a bit lowered in the second shot ... there is a light section at the driver's door, so I would guess the window isn't totally shut ?

Three would be the money shot for me ... if the driver's door was shut and the car wasn't smack in the middle of the frame ... the post processing and the sky are stunning in this picture, pp on the first is a bit over the top for me while the pp on the second isn't far enough ... I know, I'm difficult ... you should see me when I'm judging my own pictures :oops:

Thanks for the detailed feedback. I dont mind being critiqued one bit. Thats one of the best ways to learn IMHO.
The darker windows were caused because i bumped up the black levels to make the white paint pop more.
About the rolling shot, as I just posted above I just reached out the window and snap one photo due to traffic and hoped it was usable.
good catch on the window. I will definitely go in and re-edit it to make the window closed.
I like your car photography tutorials. There are definitely a few pointers in there that I could use to improve my photography and PP.


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Feb 08, 2011 11:41 |  #11

The first one is my favorite. I don't mind the bright sign, I just don't like that the car if off center to the yellow lines


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Feb 22, 2011 21:14 |  #12

staticuxo wrote in post #11782514 (external link)
on the first shot i don't like the bright red sign that's touching the left door.. also why aren't the doors the same? they look off the in the first photo.

i do like the third photo the best :D

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The first one is my favorite. I don't mind the bright sign, I just don't like that the car if off center to the yellow lines

What do you guys think now? I know the kind of desaturated around the sign, but it was a quick/rough edit.

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Mar 01, 2011 10:11 |  #13

I liked the 5th pic. Looks stunning!


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