My new car ...

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  1. Sgt_Major

    Sgt_Major TPF Noob!

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    I wish!!

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    hey, stop making pictures of my car.









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    Nice shot, great selective color & dof (or blur, not sure what you used)
     
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    I used a large dof to get the whole car sharp and blurred the bg in ps afterwards.
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Don't let Eddie Griffin near that thing :lol:
     
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    If you used a small aperture to get the whole car sharp, did you use a tripod if the exposure was lengthened to compensate?
    Nice shot - what camera and lens did you use?
     
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    I didnt need a tripod. It was sharp enough hand held.

    I used a D80 and 18-135mm lens.
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    which is a bit obvious .. the car looks like copied into the image sicne the DOF is inconsistent


    and hence distubing. but apart from that it is a nice image (and car) :)
     
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    the only thing that bothers me is the hard line on the passenger front fender where you were blurring the background but other than that great picture.. i like the angle of the shot and good use of selective coloring
     
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    Thanks all - I'll reshoot it if I see the car about again, and Ive arranged a few more car shoots soon.

    If I wanted to print this for display in a mates shop (he does in car entertainment systems) Would I need to ps the number plate out legally?
     
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    I really like that, the car probably does stand out a little too much....making it look almost toy like (imo) but I like it nevertheless. Apart from already stated.....you done a good job on the processing.
    Ken.
     
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    If you're talking about the area to the extreme left of the shot then that's the driver's side since it's a UK car - you can just make out the steering wheel on the correct side! :lol:
     

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