Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by jacsul, Jan 8, 2010.
Trying to find the best position to shoot cars.
As always C&C welcome.
Looks like your iSO was way too high. The picture is very grainy. The picture is dead center and doesn't do much. Try a more interesting approach. GL
Find one that has an interesting background.
Like TJ said, ISO is wayy too high. Especially for bright daytime photos.
And dont shoot ugly cars Jus messin lol
If you're going to do a straight-on shot, make sure everything is perfectly straight and centered. You didn't shoot from the exact middle of the car, and it isn't even centered in the frame.
The ISO, Background, and centering(some could be adjusted PP) have been mentioned, as did the choice of car.... J/K!
I like the straight on look but I think you should try to get a little lower. It sometimes makes for a more aggresive and appealing shot.
i like the second one
im always a sucker for those front end car shots
love these cars! shots look good. other than being a little grainy, just work on some interesting angles and a better location. is this your car? if so i could have a lot of fun with it!
Love these cars, post up more as you go!
heres a couple I took of the first '10 Camaro I caught around town. Pictures kinda suck b/c they were snap shots and I was in a rush and couldn't control the location!
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