Just a few random pictures...

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  1. Silverado_13

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    C&C please. All photos taken with the Kodak P&S... :lol:

    Post processing on 2, 3, and 4. None on 1, 5, and 6.

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    No feedback...? :(
     
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    i really like them. What is the first picture of.
     
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    Who owns the two Dodge Vipers? The squirrel shot is out of focus/blurry. If an animal's eyes aren't tack sharp, then the photos are no good. Sorry. The Viper steering wheel emblem in #4 is over exposed. Other than that the pics look good.
     
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    The top portion of an intercooler. The purple clamp is a $250 part...

    The red one is a customer car. The white one is a new ACR at the dealership near me. I had trouble with the squirrel shot, mostly because the camera didn't focus correctly, I had to zoom in a lot, and I had to rush to take the picture. Don't apologize, I'm here to learn. I'm hoping I can fix the Viper steering wheel with more post-processing.

    Thanks for the feedback. :thumbup:
     

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