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Oct 25, 2008 23:31 |  #1

Porsche 911 Turbo (widebody):

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Oct 25, 2008 23:36 |  #2

beautiful car and great shots...the rear licence plate frame somewhat takes away from the beauty of the car, though...oh...and not digging the way the light looks on the roof in the shot from above...looks like someone spraypainted it


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Oct 25, 2008 23:42 |  #3

Yeah, it's hard to lightpaint the roof, I'm not exactly tall (only about 170cm!) so I can't reach. :p


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Oct 26, 2008 00:26 |  #4

Very cool shots. Love em all. What kinda PP did you do? Do I detect some Lucisart?


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Oct 26, 2008 00:35 |  #5

H.B. wrote in post #6561933 (external link)
Very cool shots. Love em all. What kinda PP did you do? Do I detect some Lucisart?

No PPing, it's all single exposure, straight out of camera with some very slight adjustments.


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Oct 26, 2008 00:38 |  #6

^^^^ and I give you props for that!!! :)


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Oct 26, 2008 07:26 as a reply to  @ LowriderS10's post |  #7

Great shots. Do you have any interior photos?




  
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Oct 26, 2008 08:50 |  #8

your light source must've been huge. fluorescent light? my friend did this also and the outcome looked great.


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Oct 26, 2008 08:52 |  #9

# Exposure Mode = auto exposure (0)
# White Balance = auto (0)

I don't think I'd use either of those settings, but your results show promise. Now if you can find a way around the swirly roof...
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Oct 26, 2008 16:16 |  #10

disboifan wrote in post #6563054 (external link)
your light source must've been huge. fluorescent light? my friend did this also and the outcome looked great.

It was a LED lamp in a 60x60cm softbox.

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I don't think I'd use either of those settings, but your results show promise. Now if you can find a way around the swirly roof...
Hint: See posts #9 & # 14
A question about sky and the Airport runway shoot

The settings were actually bulb mode, at f/10 - hence auto exposure. It was also custom WB and corrected in Lightroom.

I could possibly correct the light reflections in the swirly roof, but I don't like bringing photos into Photoshop :) none of what I do goes into Photoshop, if I can't correct it in Lightroom in RAW adjustments then I don't want to do it. :)


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Oct 26, 2008 16:19 |  #11

I gots to get me one of these! I love 911s!


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Oct 26, 2008 18:49 |  #12

Your signature move again. This time you got the best result of the ones I saw. Reflections look like air flowing, like in wind tunnels. #1 and #6 are perfect poster images. I can see them hanging in every Classic Porsche Dealer showroom.


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Nov 19, 2008 12:51 |  #13

Amazing work !


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Nov 20, 2008 02:18 |  #14

I like the last one best. The light reflections are a little distracting when they are all squiggly like in the arial shot (2nd to last). Nice set.


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Nov 20, 2008 06:51 |  #15

I like it. What did you use for light painting?


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