Mustang rolling shots c&c

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  1. jeremycnwy

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    hey newb here would like some c&c on some of these shots...
    thanks...
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    no pictures
     
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    It's really lacking something, I just can't put my finger on it...
     
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    There they are. Well since we have a 06 Gt I have to say they all rock!lol It made me dizzy looking at them for some reason. Beautiful cars though :)
     
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    I am no car photography expert, but the last two shots are saying to me that you have a good solid shooting methodolgy for getting a sharp shot with good wheel and background blur.

    What I lacking I feel is the lighting - its very dull and drab in all three shots - overcast does not make for the most interesting light (though I fully apprecaite that it does make for far softer light to work with). You might have more luck shooting in the evening/morning on a brighter day to get some real punch into the lighting and give the shots a lift. (for this you might also find the need for a circular polarizer to help with the additional light.)

    Composion wise - for ideas - you could checkout TopGear I know its a TV show, but it does appear to get some of the best BBC filmcrew work for getting impressive images with cars and landscapes (with cars inthem of course).
     
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    I want #3 please. Great shots but a little underexposure in #1.
     
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    number one was the best result of my first atempt at doing these kind of shots i know it wasnt that great but wanted to hear what people would say about it.

    two and three were shot on the way to a show this past week end. it tried to rain on up the whole day. it was very overcast and nasty looking light that day. i didnt edit number 2 at all other than camera raw processing. number three however i added some color to the sky and tried to give it a little depth as it looked very flat.

    thanks for the comment and suggestion on how to make these better!
     
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    i want that cobra!! nice shots man
     
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    Well the last photo in my personal opinion is flawless, it's perfect!
    But the second as said before, the lighting is poor.
    About the first one, don't know, may be if you showed more of the rear of the mustang, it would make it more interesting.

    But the first one is :thumbup:
     

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