Back in the game! Some new Photos!

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  1. bigboi3

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    I've recently been out of the photo game for a long while as I sold my D80 and lenses because of financial reasons. I recently picked up a D90, in light that I was saving for a D700. I also picked up a 18-70 f/3.5-4.5 lens. The D90 is a great DSLR for how much I purchased it for. So enough of my ranting and on with some photos I took at a car show in San Francisco Japan Town parking garage.

    I used my Nikon D90 w/18-70. Most of the shots were taken on the 18mm side f/3.5 - ISO 200. I didn't edit them too much... minor editing in iPhoto. Was to lazy to put 'em through CS3. ahah. I also used my SB-600. Well here are a couple shots... i'll post the gallery if any of you would like to view more.

    **EDIT** My computer monitor here at my work is funky... throwing off my white balance.


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    :peacesign:
     
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    cool cars

    photos, nothing special

    lots of feet and elbows in the shots too, the garage shot is alright, id crop an inch off the right though.
     
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    I love that STI.. SICK!!! I love that car...
     
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    awkward foot is awkward
     
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    Yeah I didn't bother to crop any of the shots, just white balance, exposure and sharpening. More of a point and shoot style event anyway. Wasn't trying to be all artistic with these. ;)
     
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    this is all shot in a parking garage? haha.
     
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    Correct me if im wrong, but is that last one a Skyliner?
     
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    Yes, that last car is a Nissan GTR R35... they removed Skyline from the name.
     
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    For beeing lit up by just an sb-600, I'm impressed with the lighting. And everything seems nice and sharp. For my money, you did good.
     
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    Yea, I was thoroughly impressed by the capabilities of the sb-600. Again though, i think the low ceiling of the parking garage helped out A LOT! Thanks for the C & C.
     

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