Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ikjosh, Jan 10, 2009.
great car! and great photos
the second would be perfect if u showed the whole exhaust tip
the first is perfect!
in all of them the sky is blown out, in the first two, the places where the sky and car meet you loose where one begins and the other ends.
Good observation - Probably a result the effect I added to the photo.
nice car, and good exposure on that. As JK said, the sky is blown out and the backgrounds are really busy too. Especially in number 2, no reason to have a truck in there, and it kind of ruins the photo. The car itself is framed very well though. I would try to find another place to shoot, maybe in a parking garage or against a solid wall in order to minimize distraction, a problem in all three of the images. That second angle is amazing. What a beautiful car.
i agree with finding a new location, especially with a car such as that.
When I pick up a car magazine, I'm not looking for sky, and that car is captured beautifully!
What's that, about $120k?
MSRP about $120k - But good luck trying to find one at that price. This one was purchased for $150k
Thanks for the comments!
Looking pretty good. I do think a more powerful looking sky could've added to the photos,even though the sky isn't the subject. Perhaps a fill flash from a few different angles could have kept the car exposure perfect, and still allowed for proper exposure of the sky. Burning/dodging the clouds(if any, if not, a deep blue sky with polarized light) would've then brought it all together.
Do you think the reflections in photo 1 & 3 add, detract, or make no difference?
The first would look better if the entire car were in the picture.
Second would be perfect if the truck were not in the background.
Third just makes me dizzy.
All in my opinion of course.
I think the reflections are helping, they aren't crossing over and interrupting any major lines of the car,they just add depth to the paint.
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