A friends civic

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  1. andrew07

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    Nothing special, a friend and myself got bored between classes today on campus..lol

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    I like the EK Vic, looks good...I like this picture alot for some reason
     
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    The background is very distracting. and i don't like the dutched angle. maybe a lower angle
     
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    Agree'd. If there was a building with graffiti behind it, it would be lovely. But for some reason im liking the angle of it. I dont know why either
     
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    im kind of staying away from graffitti b/c its becoming way way to cliche in automotive photography, but thanks for the feedback!
     
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    I also think it needs more dof... The graffiti background is to conventional of all import car shots. Think outside the box come up with something better...
     
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    eh, i didnt want to sit there and name something...And yes, it is WAY to common (graffiti b/g I mentioned). Another cool one would be at a train yard, with the train and tracks behind you? I dont know. Im just throwing at ideas at you
     
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    yeah ive shot tons of cars at trainyards, lol really anything grungy looking makes a good background. but the grunge look is becoming to cliche as i mentioned with the graffitti
     
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    well. Im from a small town that has nothing. Honestly man, everything is popular in automible shoots. It will be difficult to come up with something on your own. G/L though
     
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    just be creative and it will all work out. If you like car shots get you hand on an old alfa romeo or an old avanti or a maserati ... something classic and dope. call a local car club and see what's available tell them you would like to shoot there cars allot of those people are glad to let u take pics of there cars. even an old porsche would be sweet
     
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    Good automobile pictures dont have to take some old car.

    If i were you id play around with some shots with your friends EK Vic
     

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