Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by cletusjermal, Mar 27, 2010.
Went and got some pics of a GT500 today. What do you all think.
2 would be better if you cloned out the antenna
I dont know if i can do it on the software i have. If it can i dont know how to. I have the canon photo professional that came with the camera. Does anyone know if that can do it? If anyone wants to clone the antenna out in any of the pics go ahead.
Took a quick stab at it for you.
Much better without the antenna! But they were not bad to begin with? what settings did you use?
They all appear underexposed to me
I love em all.
They kinda do seem underexposed, but Im no expert.
Should of taken the antenna off the car.
Other than that I like em, good job.
Oh yeah, uh.
Is that camera a dslr?
Imo, take it out of portrait mode. Use Manual, aperture, shutter modes.
Aka the manual modes.
That's what Ive been told, its worked out pretty well so far.
Pictures will be better, given you know what your doing.
It was in manual mode. The picture style aka landscape, portrait, standard, neutral, monochrome was in the portrait setting.
It doesnt matter what mode you shoot in if you get the shot right. Taking a picture in auto mode at 1/100 and f/9 is the same as doing it in manual mode at 1/100 and f/9. Shooting in manual doesnt make you a better photographer or make your pictures look that much more amazing.
Hmm, I like them, but I think the passenger side of the Mustang isn't the strong side. Mainly because 1 the antenna is on that side (obvious eye sore) and 2 the "Cobra" is on the driver side...accentuate that like you did in #3.
They're all a wee bit underexposed.
I like that you actually took the time to show the vehicle in a photograph how it should be seen artistically, nice and low with the wheels turned aggressively, giving the vehicle a "persona".
Also, the rear of the Mustang is another piece of art mixing modern style with classic design, let's see it!
And those are SVT wheels, shoot those closer too!
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