Car show C&C

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Mazpro502, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. Mazpro502

    Mazpro502 TPF Noob!

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    5.Shot from the parking lot at the Bourne Bridge.
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  2. peterhanowell

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    #2 is an interesting shot, though I would have centered myself to the car and leveled the shot, perhaps pulling back a bit more to include some of the grill.

    And then, of course, more of the El Camino!

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  3. AgentDrex

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    Here's an AgentDrex edit for Number 3:

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    Number 2 and 3 have the most potential. On number 2 level the shot and it would of looked better with more of the grill showing and the hood not cut off. Otherwise I really like the effect you caught in shot 2. On the 3rd shot try shooting from a much lower angle. Most of your shots are from standard eye level. Shooting from a high or low angle can really add to your pictures.
     
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    In PP darken the ground it will make a more dramatic pic.
     

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