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  1. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    From a recent job. Comments, critiques invited.

    Thanks!
    Pete

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    Beautiful shot! :thumbup:
     
  3. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very cool Pete. It looks like everything went ok for the day.
     
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    The composition on this is great. Doesn't look like the car was buffed up nicely though?

    And would it be possible to change the gray area's to black? Would give it a better "checkered flag" look, and might make the colour of the car stand out more?
     
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    I love the angle on this! I agree with bace that maybe some color adjustment would help it to pop.
     
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    I love the composition and use of wide angle. It makes the car look very streamlined and slick.

    Though I also think it could use a tad more contrast and saturation.
     
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    I love it dude, great shot
     
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    Sharp looking car..the colors though look a little washed out IMO. But what do I know.

    Trish
     
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    Wow, really like it. Nice one :thumbup:
     
  11. Christie Photo

    Christie Photo No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This part was OK. The car was new, "out-of-the-box," and had not yet been on the track.

    I'm feeling a bit the same way. I'm not certain just how to go about it... contrast, saturation, background work?

    This one is OTE, so if anybody has some ideas, I'd be grateful.

    Thanks to all for the kind words!

    Pete
     
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    cool shot, im really not sure how to improve it though
     

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