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Aug 23, 2006 12:17 |  #1

I really hate how this turned out. I realize now that the lake background wasnt too good of an idea. The sun was out, I won't do that again either.

Heres what I used,

Rebel XT Kit Lens

Aperture Priority @ F9

1/125, ISO200, Cicular Polarizer, UV Filter

Raw Coverted Edited with PS CS2 slight USM Applied.

Any help is appreciated.


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Aug 23, 2006 12:19 |  #2

Almost forgot the picture :oops:

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Aug 23, 2006 13:26 |  #3

Stump,
Not crazy about the crop.
Wires, lines hanging below rear axle?
Turn on image editing in user cp, you'll probably get lot's of help!


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Aug 23, 2006 18:12 |  #4

Thats a nitrous main line hanging below the car, I know it looks bad. I just wanted to try out the camera and cp.

Heres a little different angle, uncropped and heres a raw file untouched with it for anyone that wants to work with it.

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Aug 24, 2006 06:16 |  #5

it looks...flat.
and id fix that nos line before it gets caught onto something.


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