new car pics C+C

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  1. 99csvtoledo

    99csvtoledo TPF Noob!

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    this is my little brothers new car. we took it out for a small shoot and here are some of the better pics. not the best but still fairly good i think. (wish i had a polarizer to eliminate the reflection off the windshield)

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    this is blurry which sucks cuz i think it could have been a good photo

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    Their all really nice photos. The only thing I have to say is, The last photo is obviously out of focus, It does look like its focusing on the windshield.

    Number 2 is also out of focus reason why I say that is because I think that the subject is "Twin Turbo" not the door panel.

    Off Topic: Is that a 300GT?
     
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    no its not a 3000gt its its american twin the dodge stealth
     
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    As said, these are out of focus, were you using manual or auto focus? What lens as well?

    Some lenses hunt alot in low light and autofocus is not accurate, perhaps the case in these pics?

    The last shot would have been ok if you had not chopped of the front of the car in the pic and it was in focus. I think you need to work on your compositon, check out other photos of cars, whether it be in magazines or online, and have a look at the angles that are being used and try some that are pleasing to you.
     

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