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  1. Al-Wazeer

    Al-Wazeer TPF Noob!

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    In bahrain, at noon the temperature goes to nearly 50C, you need icy water!

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    what do you think??
     
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    I can't imagine driving a Formula One car in that heat. I'm not a fan of the hard light, some might think it works though in such a high contrast situation, but for me personally i would suggest softer lighting.
     
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    i think it is perfect, great picture.
     
  4. Al-Wazeer

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    Well, about softer lighting I couldn't do anything about it, the background was really reflective -and this was taken by built-in flash only- so I had to raise the shutter speed as high as I can get, and the aperture as narrow as I can to show the details of the picture! That's all because the lack of decent equipment, thanks for the comment Do'Urden Eyes, really appreciate it!
    thanks slash :D
     
  5. squirl033

    squirl033 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    "I can't imagine driving a Formula One car in that heat."

    i can't imagine doing ANYTHING in that heat, other than sitting someplace air-conditioned!

    a tip if all you have is the pop-up flash... place several layers of tissue over the flash when you take the photo. the tissue will soften and diffuse the flash, so the light's not as harsh... works great! ;)
     
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    Yeah, I've done that before, but I didn't think about it when I shot this picture, thanks for the comment squirl :)
     

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