Few car shots.

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    Also an amateur DSLR user so take it easy as this is my first post also.
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    #1 the composition is akward.
    #2 heavily under exposed.
    #3 Out of focus and the angle is also akward
    #4 needs a little more room to the left
    #5 needs a little more room to the left looks cramped. Also the guy is distracting.

    Keep working at it.
     
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    Thanks for the feed back supraman. I got a few more i've been messing with adding effects to and so forth. I have a few more i'll hopefully put up in the morning aswel.

    I know this one is a little bit weird..
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    Not many crits.. surprising.. I thought this would have gotten a better response but for those of you who actually do look through here I have a few more i'll post. [​IMG]
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    I would use the PP to add motion, maybe with motion blur on a masked area. Or sharpness. I'm not digging the coloring in 4 5 6 of the new set. and the softness added in #1 of the new set doesn't seem to fit with car photos.
     
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    The only thing I did to #5 was lighten it up a little bit because it was underexposed. And thanks for the c&c once again i'll keep these suggestions in mind for the next batch I put up.
     
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    Nr.1 Is ok. Would have been even better if you'd have the whole front of the car in the picture and cropped a bit off the top of the picture imho.

    Nr.2 If you want to do nighttime photography, forget about the flash and use a tripod and a long shutter instead. Unless you got several flashes, umbrella's and really know what you're doing with flashes ;)

    Nr.6 Would have worked much better if you had an 85mm f1.4 and shot it wide open with focus on the door. The "effect" really didn't work too well :)

    Nr.9 The coloring suggest vintage photo to me, and the subject is modern. I'd go totally black/white or color with that one. Good angle, but cut it a bit close to the front of the car.
     

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