3000GT SL Shoot

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  1. sohc3s

    sohc3s TPF Noob!

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    I like them.. I have always liked 3000gt's... I just wish they werent such pigs.
     
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    sohc3s TPF Noob!

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    Ugh I know, this is an SL so it isnt lugging around the AWD components, and my N/A Stealth is stripped and set up for road course, shes under 2900
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    #1 - I'm not too keen on the reflection on the car. The split on 1/3 of the windshield is a bit off putting. The alien (lamp post?) in the window should be cloned out. Looks a bit dark, but the surroundings makes it agreeable.

    #2 - I'd clone out the weeds behind the front wheel and middle of the door. Again, I think the reflections on the glass is a bit distracting. A Circular Polarizing filter may have helped to reduce.

    #3 - The horizon looks tilted clockwise. The background (vertical elements) are distracting to me.

    #4 - Nice shot, but the plate on the dashboard kills it for me.

    #5 - The position of the car in this image doesn't work for me. With the bricked column in the forward position and the graffitti on the nose, it seems very right heavy to me.

    #6 - I like the tilt.

    #7 - Unfortunately with this type of car, it is of my opinion that at winding backroad would work best for a rolling shot. The background you have is a bit boring to me.

    I certainly do not want to discourage you. All in all you did a good job. It's just what my eyes see tonight looking at your photos. Maybe there are things mentioned you hadn't considered and perhaps those things mentioned are useless to you. Regardless, I think you should definitely keep shooting and posting here.

    Thanks for sharing.
     
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    and thank you for the feed back, there are so many things that my noob eyes just dont see when I look at things so thank you for pointing them out, my biggest battle right now is with the backdrops, I live in buffalo NY, everything is so industrial and bland, I've seen people make it work but its a constant fight against a poor backround, some what like the rolling shot you pointed out, Im in aggreance that it doesnt work. thanks again Im learning.

    Edit: I couldnt sleep with the lamp post in the first one, lol fixed
     
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    Shots 1 and 4 are the best imo here... But as said, in 4 the number plate on the dash is distracting.. I think shot 4 would have been even better if the car was angled with the front wheels turned in so you could see the rims..

    Overall not bad, keep shooting more and you will get some great shots..

    btw.. industrial backgrounds are sweet for car shots. I wish there were more of them around where I lived. =)
     

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