Inspired by the other car thread...here are 3 of my favorites

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by willg133, Mar 20, 2005.

  1. willg133

    willg133 TPF Noob!

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    All taken with an old film rebel with fugi press 400 and scanned by wolf camera (could have done a better job with a flatbed :x, but thats ok...300d is comming soon :D )

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    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Cropping.....
     
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    Ditto!
     
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    first off, i love the car... but try not to cut off a little piece of the car in all your shots.... it almost seems unintentional really
     
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    i hope you have cropped these, so u can uncrop them. if not you have taken them quite badly as they are uncomfrotable to look at because the car is always having bits but off!
     
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    yeah i cropped them...i guess i made them too tight....ill work on it some more
     
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    i really like how the second one is all b&w except for the tail light. Man what a sexy car
     
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    I agree, the second is the best minus the tight crop on the bottom.

    I'd suggest letting more shadow show on the bottom and letting some more of what's infront of the car to show. Kinda like looking ahead at where the car's about to go.
     

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