Some Car Pictures...

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  1. Craddosk

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    Just a few car pictures that I took of my friend. Taken with a Sony Point and Shoot, 4MP.

    C&C welcome and appreciated. Some post-editing done too 2 of them.

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    Nice! I know what it's like shooting a point & shoot, so I feel your pain :p

    I like photo 1, but I find it a bit too white. Maybe reduce the brightness a bit? However, I LOVE the B&W version of it. Classy, and the reflections really stand out. I find #2 a bit noisy, though.

    As for #4, the car looks a bit underexposed, but that would have been perfect HDR-fodder...
     
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    Yep, the B&W is the clear winner. The snow has a blue tint in the other pics and one is underexposed, but the B&W conversion came out great!
     
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    the pics look alright. The one thing that is a small detail that people forget to do with cars is turn the tire away from the camera. This way you get more rim and less tire. Besides that they look alright.
     
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    Yeah, I noticed that in some of the pictures.

    Any clue how I could remove the blue from the snow? Polarizer filter I know would help the sky, but am lost at how to fix the snow (without extensive editing in PS).
     
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    i'm guessing the blue is reflecting from the sky so getting rid of that reflection with a polarizing filter makes sense. never tried it tho, in which case you may also lose reflection which you might of wanted on some parts of the car. i guess you just have to try it
     

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