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Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Cutee83, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. Cutee83

    Cutee83 TPF Noob!

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  2. fokker

    fokker No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Reflections in shiny paint and chrome are bad mmmkay
     
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    It's actually more convenient when you number you pictures. SO(I number things to adjust, not photos):
    #1 Reflections [#8-#11]
    #2 Backgrounds (people never enhance the look, well only models) [1,2,3,8,9]
    #3 Get a polarizer. [all photos]
    #4 Shadows. Shoot only the bright side of the car when you don't have any additional and/or adjustable lightning
    Overall: F-.

    :D Just kidding. I'd give it an overall score of 6.5/10. Keep shooting. Get an external flash (if you got pennies in your pocket :D). Post here and learn on critic. Well if you treat photography as I think you do.
     
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    not bad to start. i would just suggest not cropping them SO close. the first few the edges are almost cut off the car. as suggested on a sunny day like that a CP would help.
     
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    they all look a bit soft too... not sure why, as the conditions look pretty ideal (lots of light and stationary subjects)
     

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