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Feb 07, 2011 15:26 |  #91

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Ah, interesting. that makes more sense!

Well - I'm still blaming my tools so I guess it could have been done better!


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Feb 07, 2011 15:33 |  #92

Eh, it was good enough of photo stitching job that I thought it was a fisheye lens, haha!

Is there some software that you can stretch it out, similar to what you can do with a fisheye? Just a thought.


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Feb 07, 2011 15:40 |  #93

Well - I could warp it more in photoshop but it's already warped loads so not sure how much more it will take before you start to see pixels being stretched and everything loses image quality. Will give it a go though.


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Feb 07, 2011 15:44 |  #94

very true...


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Feb 07, 2011 16:30 as a reply to  @ post 11796041 |  #95

I like the focus on the guitar player but I feel like a little more exposure adjustment could add some additional and more interesting elements.


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Feb 07, 2011 16:44 as a reply to  @ post 11796041 |  #96

4/10

Sorry mate. Just looks like a happy snap from a party? If this is the case, it is not all that interesting to those who don't know the bloke (or the girl).

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Feb 07, 2011 17:40 |  #97

6/10, it is a little underexposed and drab for me....

here is another!


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Feb 07, 2011 18:44 |  #98

8/10 I like how the focus is clearest around the front eye looking at the camera. Just looks calm and happy


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Feb 07, 2011 18:51 |  #99

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8/10 I like how the focus is clearest around the front eye looking at the camera. Just looks calm and happy

That is how she always is! haha


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Feb 07, 2011 18:54 as a reply to  @ Court Jester's post |  #100

3/10 It looks like he missed the tree and came in last :lol:


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Feb 07, 2011 19:13 |  #101

3/10. That's not Ben Spies or Lorenzo :) (otherwise a damn nice picture) At Leguna ?

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Feb 07, 2011 20:39 |  #102

4/10. Contrast can be increased. But in general, the picture didnt seem appealing to me. Perhaps if you give some backstory about the car..?

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Feb 07, 2011 20:51 |  #103

5/10

i'm a sucker for birds, but there seems to be some camera shake at play, plus i wish you didn't cut off the little buddy's legs!

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Feb 07, 2011 20:52 |  #104

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4/10. Contrast can be increased. But in general, the picture didnt seem appealing to me. Perhaps if you give some backstory about the car..?

The photo was taken for the local news paper's front page (it's a damn small town). It was sold in the first year of business from the local car dealership in Jesup, Iowa and still owned by the original owner that purchased it new while he was in high school. The photo was expected to look "Old and aged" for Jesup's car show in conjunction with Old Timers Day.




  
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Feb 07, 2011 22:16 |  #105

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The photo was taken for the local news paper's front page (it's a damn small town). It was sold in the first year of business from the local car dealership in Jesup, Iowa and still owned by the original owner that purchased it new while he was in high school. The photo was expected to look "Old and aged" for Jesup's car show in conjunction with Old Timers Day.

I think it looks right out of a 1950s magazine. Especially the reflections


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