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Feb 14, 2008 10:56 |  #1

C&C Please

Also, Would a polarizer help with the reflections on the cars from the overhead lights?

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Feb 14, 2008 11:51 |  #2

Nice and clean. Maybe it's the wide angle you are using but why do the tires look too small? The last one looks a bit distorted from the wide angle lens maybe? Just some thoughts.


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Feb 14, 2008 13:25 |  #3

I don't like the WA use either; this truck should look big but it looks "stumpy" with the WA. I like how crisp and clean the images are though. It appears you used F16; you might be able to open up the lens a bit more. You really don't need the BG in focus as much as F16 gives you.

The polarizer will help get rid of glare on the windows.


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Feb 14, 2008 19:58 |  #4

Would a polarizer help

I doubt it & I don't use them.


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Feb 14, 2008 20:18 |  #5

im not sure because the light coming from the overhead lights is very strong and is your main light in the photo. so its probably strong enough to get through a CPL. but it would clean up any other reflections and might help with the light flares



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Feb 15, 2008 10:50 |  #6

#1, great shot.

The WA on #2 is on the wrong focal point, to much quarter panel. Its a broad piece that doesn't have much interest, get a little more of the tail in there.




  
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Feb 15, 2008 15:43 |  #7

I find the wide angle has more impact from a very low vantage point. I like your first shot best - looks like it's getting ready to 'light 'em up'.


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Feb 15, 2008 16:46 |  #8

the wide angle ruins the pics IMO, when the wheels go oval, its a little too much.


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Feb 15, 2008 17:54 |  #9

I didnt use the WA on all of them, But personally I love the wide lens. Here's another with a different lens

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Feb 17, 2008 19:45 |  #10

Stump, I like the last one better than the others. The truck is killer sweet! Nicely detailed.


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Feb 17, 2008 19:57 |  #11

Stump, I'm with you, I love the wide angle stuff. #3 doesn't work for me, but the others do look ok. :)


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Feb 17, 2008 20:04 |  #12

hawk911 wrote in post #4937691 (external link)
Stump, I like the last one better than the others. The truck is killer sweet! Nicely detailed.

I agree :)

I think UWA just looks kinda funny on a truck.


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