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Nov 03, 2006 12:48 |  #1

I am currently interning at Sharp Electronics Coporate Headquarters, and as I am walking to the building from my car, I spot this bad boy. Sorry, my CPL is dirty as hell, and I am cleaning it as we speak.

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Nov 03, 2006 14:37 |  #2

Nice finally a new job for you lol

The 2nd shot is kick ass.

First is a bit dark and you should expose probably +1 with the cp on. The left of the building seems really blown out, the left of the car is to dark either and the cpl works perfect when your like 45 or 90 degrees from the sun or something.

2nd shot if you got rid of the reflections on M6 it would have been perfect


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Nov 03, 2006 15:55 |  #3

I just took more pictures of the car with my CPL, but its gotten too dark out and the clouds are starting the roll in. Also, my CPL only covers a small section at a time, which leads me to believe that i definitely need to upgrade the **** because its very disappointing. I also want to invest in some GND FIlters since they seem to work amazing.

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Nov 03, 2006 15:57 |  #4

bluej511 wrote in post #2211943 (external link)
Nice finally a new job for you lol

Its only an internship. If i am lucky, i will be there through the entire spring. If not, it will end in February at some point. We'll see what happens.

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Nov 03, 2006 16:01 |  #5

The car beside him is dangerously close.....door dings dont look good on M6's :D Nice shots.


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Nov 03, 2006 16:08 |  #6

Here's another.

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Nov 03, 2006 16:28 |  #7

Sky is blown out big time in that one but the car looks great, looks like he does some heavy breaking.

CPLs ALL OF EM only do a small portion there rotating its how they are cant really change that unless you start getting into Cokin/Lee/Singh-Ray filters.

You cant buy a screw in ND filter as they dont work nearly as well as getting a glass filter (like i listed above). Im def happy i got a polarizer it helps not blow out the sky like crazy which is great. ND filters are hard to master as well im sure.


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Nov 03, 2006 18:01 |  #8

Very very tight.
This is the most sexiest car on the road!! :D I see a few M5s around my house about once or twice a month. I never thought about getting out and shooting them!! lol

What was your settings and gear for the M6 emblem??


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Nov 03, 2006 21:08 |  #9

MJ23FE wrote in post #2211432 (external link)
I am currently interning at Sharp Electronics Coporate Headquarters, and as I am walking to the building from my car, I spot this bad boy.

surfologist wrote in post #2212820 (external link)
Very very tight.
I never thought about getting out and shooting them!! lol

What was your settings and gear for the M6 emblem??

Hand held
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f/2.8
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Nov 04, 2006 14:30 |  #10

MJ23FE wrote in post #2213521 (external link)
Hand held
Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8
Av Mode
f/2.8
1/640
ISO 160

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Nice, thanks.:)

How sharp is your tamron 17-50 at 2.8? Are you happy with it?

If you dont mind, can you post a 100% crop of part of the 'in foucus' emblem itself? I may look into this lens depending on the sharpness.

Thanks, and great shot.


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Nov 04, 2006 15:05 |  #11

surfologist wrote in post #2216193 (external link)
Nice, thanks.:)

How sharp is your tamron 17-50 at 2.8? Are you happy with it?

If you dont mind, can you post a 100% crop of part of the 'in foucus' emblem itself? I may look into this lens depending on the sharpness.

Thanks, and great shot.

That'll have to wait till monday since the originals from that shoot are on my work computer. I'll try to get some good pics for you to demonstrate the quality of the lens.
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Nov 04, 2006 17:21 |  #12

MJ23FE wrote in post #2216289 (external link)
That'll have to wait till monday since the originals from that shoot are on my work computer. I'll try to get some good pics for you to demonstrate the quality of the lens.
Thanks again.

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Whenever you get time is fine. Thank you!:)


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Nov 10, 2006 13:16 |  #13

surfologist wrote in post #2216828 (external link)
Whenever you get time is fine. Thank you!:)

OK, sorry it took so long, but here is a 100% crop, along with the settings.

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Nov 11, 2006 13:17 |  #14

I'm still looking foward to the new M3 since I'm a small car kind of guy :)


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Nov 11, 2006 17:00 |  #15

I knew I should have took my SLR to my internships too.

I used to internship for BMW (engineering division) and I saw the sexiest cars everyday...drool....
i have a picture just like your second pic, except it was a black E63 M6. nice pics for a handheld unplanned shoot :)


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