Parking lot audi

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  1. brooksthepro

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    i think i like the centered one better....but the flouescent light above isnt centered with the car. any suggestions?
     
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    I liek those alot. A very original way to shoot a car. They are perfectly exposed too.
     
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    Well done on the composition and exposure.

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    i hate things that are centered in pictures. except this. I like the first one better. i think because the cars not just in the middle its pretty cemetric all around with the ceiling beams and the posts... good stuff. nice exposure!
     
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    thanks guys! yea i usualy dont like puting the objects of attention in the middle of the picture. But i kinda liked how it is framed by the open window of the lot.
     
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    1st shot is hot
     
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    I love the second one. The first, like you said, has the light which is not centered. It would be much better if both the car and the light were centered. Also, with the second, you capture more than just the front of the car, which is nice. Very good.
     

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