One Stock Honda S2000

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    unnecessary TPF Noob!

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    I would love the C&C as always. I Hate the glare on the window and the passenger headlight was Very ashy and bright. I fixed it as much as i could.
    This was shot RAW. lets hear it!
     
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    Battou No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I would have shot it top down and windows down. the glare on the window and the distortion in the rear window are a little distracting to me, other than that I like it.
     
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    Ya i completely agree with that. I wish he had tint on his windows, but he just got it, so i guess in a future shoot i will redo this shot.
     
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    be careful about expressing what you don't like in your photos. people (like myself) often don't notice the problems until you bring it up!
     
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    I would have used a polarizing filter to control glare. Also would have stopped the aperture down a bit more and left the shutter open longer so the streetlamps would look like stars instead of blobs of light.
     
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    the yellow leave on the ground matches too, its ashame the leaves are all gone cuz a shot next to a yellow leafed tree would be perfect

    very nice shot
     
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    very, very nice shot.
     
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    Yep...Let the people pick it out for you...I made a list of things in one picture (B&W section) that people didnt even notice. But i love the shot. And S2K's are Honda's Best....maybe b/c the fact its RWD:heart:
     
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    Nice shot!
     
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    nice shot
     
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    Nice shot - would look better with the hood and windows down (as stated by others) but overall, nice shot!!

    David
     
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    Great shot! But my opinion is biased since i own an '05 S2000 :mrgreen:.
     

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