A our old sensible SUV got totalled.....

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  1. Rachelsne

    Rachelsne TPF Noob!

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    We decided to go for something small and impracticle, a two seater 1995 Mazda M edition. (old car was a Chevy Trailblazer SS so alot bigger)

    I should have used a smaller aperture as not all the car is in focus, didn't realize til I was home, Security did come and talk to me and my hubby and said that photography wasn't normally allowed in the parking lot, I explained it was my first ever convertible and promised not to do any burn outs, so they let us stay, which was nice.

    Still waiting to buy calibration software, so not sure how this looks on calibrated monitors-let me know please :)

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    Rachelsne TPF Noob!

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    crap just realized I miss spelled sensible in the title-mod want to correct it for me???
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Misspelled??? ;) ;) ;)
     
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    tis ashame they don't allow photography inthat parking lot. It's amung the best I've seen used here in a wile, not perfect but useable.

    My moniter is far from calibrated so...they look really dark on this POS moniter. Sorry I'm no help there.

    I agree with your thought about smaller aperture, there are a lot of soft spots.

    #1 and #3 are the best of the group.

    Sorry to hear about the Blazer tho.
     
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    Lol my spelling sucked, guess i shouldn't post late at night!

    I was thinking they looked a tad dark, I am buying spyder as soon as I get done with my parents vacation,

    The blazer was hit by a lady running a red light, it didnt look like a lot of damage but the shell lifted from the frame, and the frame was bent. luckily no one was hurt bad and the lady who ran the red light was luck as her car was folded up. oh and although all the damage is on the drivers side, the pasanger side no longer closes either!

    One of the best things about the change in car is the gas millage LOL

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    Rachelsne TPF Noob!

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    i did get some strange noise in my pics in the shaddows, what can i do to avoid that, I used iso 100...
     
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    those are great cars, I have one myself. I felt your pictures were good, but a little dark on my monitor (also very old)
     

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