Chevy from another view

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  1. jacsul

    jacsul TPF Noob!

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    Trying to find the best position to shoot cars.
    As always C&C welcome.
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  2. TJ K

    TJ K No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    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
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  3. kundalini

    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Find one that has an interesting background.
     
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    AUS-10 TPF Noob!

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    Like TJ said, ISO is wayy too high. Especially for bright daytime photos.

    And dont shoot ugly cars :p Jus messin lol
     
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    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.
     
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    The ISO, Background, and centering(some could be adjusted PP) have been mentioned, as did the choice of car....:lol: 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.
     
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    i like the second one
    im always a sucker for those front end car shots :)
     
  8. matt62485

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    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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