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Jun 10, 2008 08:59 |  #1

First Shot of the summer for my car. I haven't shot anything all winter and finally got a chance to shoot my car when I visited Fort. Lauderdale, FL. Feedback is welcomed

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Jun 10, 2008 10:02 |  #2

I'm not sure if I like or dislike the horizon and fence having the same horizontal line.
I like the angle of the car but some of the reflections in the window are distracting.
Oh, and very nice car!!


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Jun 10, 2008 10:10 as a reply to  @ rsheele's post |  #3

Have to agree about the horizon/fence issue, it looks a tad odd!

Nice shot otherwise though and I like the car (apart from maybe the chequered flag on the bonnet)


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Jun 10, 2008 11:26 as a reply to  @ dirtbiker's post |  #4

The fence thing looks almost like a cheap background that was photochopped wrong. It is odd how it lines up so even.

Hell of a car though. I got to drive one once.

I'm jealous.



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Jun 10, 2008 20:32 |  #5

Nice light on it. Watch the reflections in it, though.


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Jun 10, 2008 21:19 |  #6

Car looks underexposed to me and as it has been said the fence is very close to the horizon which is distracting.


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Jun 10, 2008 21:23 |  #7

Well, you can't argue that the fence is not level....


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Jun 10, 2008 23:32 |  #8

I really like the way the horizon and fence line up. Its looks crazy. Car is awsome as well.


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Jun 10, 2008 23:39 |  #9

i like what you did. captured the car really well. i agree about the fence being a pit distracting but i think your photo turned out really good. i find that yellow cars turn out dull in photos and this one helps keep the hope alive for yellow lol



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Jun 11, 2008 01:08 |  #10

echo the reflections, great lookin shot, maybe just a little more light on the car itself, preferably on the front


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Jun 11, 2008 10:32 |  #11

Thanks for the feedback. Yeah, now that I look at it, it's strange how the fence is perfectly aligned with the horizon.. they must of had good architects :).




  
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