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  1. MiaS13

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    just something quick i did for a friend. iso is through the roof
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    do it again! try it at night...

    avoid showing the rear end of the car *hint hint*
     
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    the front is not so great either.
     
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    i stray away form night shoots due to having to put the iso through roof and ridiculous shutter speeds. and flash on the highway isnt too smart
    and the beat up track car look is what its supposed to be/what it is
     
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    true but look at that back end....like omw

    what happens automatically when i look at the pic:

    1. my eyes for some reason focus on the wheels

    2. focuses on the rear end of the car

    3. the front bumper

    4. the rust/crack
     
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    robertwsimpson No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    "beat up track car" is a look now? what in the world.
     
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    its a drift car, they dont stay pretty forever
     
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    i think the pics are pretty cool high ISO or not
     
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    I want to see the shot of the police car with flashing lights chasing him for driving an unlicensed car.

    Joe
     
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    blur tool to hide the tag
     
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    LOL, unfortunately not a good look for a street car.
     
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    theres a diff between pretty and beat up. your car looks beat up...not worn down lol...drifting, racing, whatever, i think how the car is treated is the end result of the driver not the function of the car lol unless during your drift you're hitting other cars, trees and walls....then that would still be an issue of skill not the function :p
     

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