Defender D90 Offroad fun(mud and rocks)

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  1. yugamu

    yugamu TPF Noob!

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    One of my buddies got a new toy and we decide to put it through it's paces. Comments, critiques and edits are always welcome.

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    Thanks for looking. :mrgreen:

    -Josh
     
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    good series. couple soft shots, but good overall. i like 3 and 6 the most, but the dodging and burning in 6 put some pretty heavy halos around everything in the foreground.
     
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    notelliot-- thanks for the input. #6 was shot with the Rover pointing towards the sun, so shadows/highlights was the culprit for the haloing.
     
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    Finally a proper car on the forum :) :) :)


    Anyway, white balance seems off on the third.

    I like number 6 the most!
     
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    I know that trail....Cedro Peak....

    good to see a fellow Albuquerquean on this forum!
     
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    HAHAHA that would be 100% correct. It's great to see another local on the board.

    -Josh
     
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    7).
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    5 and 6 are the best I rekn.. 3 looks good as well, but as said the white balance seems a little on the warm side?
     
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    Thanks Hobosyke. I'll fix number 3 one day I promise.;)
     
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    Thats an awesome looking Defender. Must be awesome to go off roading with it. I always wanted one of these in Highschool because its like a party wagon, don't they have bench seating in the rear?
     
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    The soft tops had a bench seat. The hard tops had 4 jump seats(which this one is). I was truly a blast bouncing around off road in this machine.
     

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