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  1. Teknik

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    took the image on the car's level, i think it will look better IN MY OPINION.
     
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    I agree with zandman. Try experimenting with different angles. Pictures from a std point of view aren't all that inspiring. the flash also kinda hurts too. Im no expert at lighting so I dont know how to solve that issue but you should try out various ways to get the car exposed right. Love the car though, the deep dish look sick on it.

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    Thanx for the tips i was trying to get it exposed right. Is there any tips on settings to use at night?
     
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    With the type of camera you have I would suggest trying the night mode. Unless you have a way to set it to manual.
     
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    yeah i can put it on manual mode i tried some with the night mode but the come out blurred
     
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    you need a tripod then.
     
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    Tripod, some remote flashes, and drop it 2 inches.
     
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    i cant find my big tripod but i have a portable one that cam with my bag that should work fine right
     
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    yea it will, actually you can just put your camera on the ground, it'll do the work.
    and you got it on the level that you want, if it's too low, find something that you can use to higher it a little.
     
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    yeah i was working on getting the right level today at the car wash im gonna post the pics later
     
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    Nice Z man.
     

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