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Sep 06, 2015 19:29 |  #1

Let me know what you guys think.


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Sep 07, 2015 00:03 |  #2

These are sweet, are they handheld? I've finally started dabbling in rollers but don't have anything fancy myself yet.

For the second shot, I'd say waiting a bit for the sky to get darker might have been a good idea to make the white truck stand out a bit more. but I'm not sure if you even had this option.




  
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Sep 07, 2015 00:16 |  #3

Very nice, well done :-)




  
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Sep 07, 2015 18:36 |  #4

TYRphoto wrote in post #17697698 (external link)
These are sweet, are they handheld? I've finally started dabbling in rollers but don't have anything fancy myself yet.

For the second shot, I'd say waiting a bit for the sky to get darker might have been a good idea to make the white truck stand out a bit more. but I'm not sure if you even had this option.


Yeah all my stuff is handheld. I have yet to get my hand on a rig to play with.


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Sep 07, 2015 22:36 |  #5

the lighting on the second one is great, you could easily PP out the road sign and cars, and make it more sterile.


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Sep 07, 2015 23:35 |  #6

Mustang looks slightly distorted. Maybe shoot wider or from another lane over and then process to fix distortion.


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Sep 08, 2015 03:29 |  #7

Awesome. Did you use any ND or CPL filters ?




  
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Sep 08, 2015 13:45 |  #8

Things I would do next time, look to have a lane between you and the subject. Helps a TON with composition. I know its not always possible, but when you pull it off it looks amazing. I like the use of low shutter speed as well. Far too many people shoot way too high of a shutter!


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Sep 08, 2015 14:00 |  #9

I love seeing what can be done with the 1DIII as an owner i'm curious what lens you used?


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