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Mar 11, 2009 15:12 |  #16

I prefer the breathing room of the original crops much better. Way more composition.




  
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Mar 11, 2009 15:23 |  #17

liked the originals just fine personally.

Never was a fan of putting a car in the middle of the frame unless it's a studio shot.


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Mar 11, 2009 19:40 |  #18

Way more composition.

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liked the originals just fine personally.

Except for the composition, they're OK as "car + landscape" shots.
#4 is pretty good, except I don't need to see the cement structure at a prime point of the composition.

I could live with a slight variation on this crop, too.


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Mar 13, 2009 17:57 |  #19

Am i the only one that prefers the black and black? It gives more power and mystery to the car


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Mar 13, 2009 20:52 |  #20

Am i the only one that prefers the black and black? It gives more power and mystery to the car

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