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Jun 13, 2013 09:55 |  #2

I think the first shot is cropped a bit too tightly. The 2nd shot has nice light, good job with the reflections in the paint, but the wheels are turned the wrong way. I'd play with the composition a bit on the 3rd shot, maybe crop out some of the bottom of the driveway and rotate the canvas a bit to the left.


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Jun 13, 2013 10:07 |  #3

In # 1, although the Beemer is stationnary, I'd leave more leading room to the right. A car needs a place to go to in the frame. (unless you,re shooting in a junkyard...)


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Jun 13, 2013 13:08 |  #4

CaptainTonus wrote in post #16027217 (external link)
I think the first shot is cropped a bit too tightly. The 2nd shot has nice light, good job with the reflections in the paint, but the wheels are turned the wrong way. I'd play with the composition a bit on the 3rd shot, maybe crop out some of the bottom of the driveway and rotate the canvas a bit to the left.

Thanks for the comments - I don't do a lot of car stuff so this is good to hear.

3rd photo - I agree there's a lot of open space there in the driveway - I was trying to maintain a 4x3 aspect ratio. Here's a version where I filled some of that space with the BMW logo:

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Regarding wheel turn. What's the rule here? It seems I always turn it the wrong way.

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Jun 13, 2013 15:28 |  #5

Daytona wrote in post #16027852 (external link)
Regarding wheel turn. What's the rule here? It seems I always turn it the wrong way.

Then turn it the other way? :lol:

The face of the wheel should be facing the camera in most cases.


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