Night Shots of Car

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  1. Local_Skater

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    Went out after finally getting my d70 back from the shop. Saw the dark knight last weekend and got inspired to make some dark shots. So heres the results.

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    I know the ps is heavy and I wasn't going for realism...just a dark look.
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    I might be wrong but if you would use a just a stop higher for a shutter speed, headlights wouldn't be so over exposed..
     
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    Quite the menacing car you have there.
     
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    ^ Not sure if thats sarcasm but thanks.


    I'm not sure what you're trying to say?
     
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    Make your shutter speed faster, so the headlights don't look so bright. I would mess with your settings and practice night shooting some more. Maybe even add a bit of your own lighting. Be creative.
     
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    I know that...but like I originally said, I was going for a different look where the lights were stressed. I guess thats getting overlooked.
     

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