Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by choudhrysaab, Aug 1, 2009.
hi ... some C&C would be great (if you can)
Wow GREAT shot, only thing I see to nit pick at is the reflection of the wheel in the door. Other than that I really love the PP. Thanks for sharing
Nice shot. Like the desaturation. It works
Thank you ... only if I knew how to photoshop the wheel of the other car out.
When you're shooting the whole car I think it's a good idea not to cut off any part of it...the crop is way too tight for me.
And I don't care for the desaturated look...would much rather see the actual color of the car.
I'm guessing this wasn't an arranged shoot and you just happened upon the car in a parking lot. Do you know the owner? People who own nice cars love to have pictures taken of them (at least that's what my car lover friends tell me). If you know the owner you might be able to do an actual shoot in a pre-selected location...maybe with some lighting gear.
That sounded like a challenge to me.
(btw, I agree the crop is too aggressive and I would prefer normal colors... also btw... I have a 1959 Triumph TR3a in my garage right now.)
Anyway, the pic...
Not perfect, but pretty close for 2 mins of work.
Thanx guys for your input. Unfortunately I don't know the owner ... this was just standing in a parking lot so I snapped couple of pix of it :-$
here's the original picture
as you can see I didn't crop the photo THAT much ... i just took it on a very tight angle.
I like your original edit and the desaturation far better than the original shot; the red in the orignal looks cheesy to me.
Nice cloning work. :thumbup:
I prefer the full color version. Nice car.
That's what we meant by crop... you took the shot too tight.
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