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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by IonSpeedMaster, Feb 24, 2008.

  1. IonSpeedMaster

    IonSpeedMaster TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys. I went out practicing my automotive photography last weekend. Let me know what you think of the shots (wb/exposure/composition/ect.) Dont knock the Saturn either. 184,000 miles and still going on the stock clutch....dont want to hear anything that american cars suck.

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    My friends cars, not my SL2

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  2. JimmyO

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    Very nice shots

    I like the angle/posistion in 2 and 6
     
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    I think that in #5, the exhaust coming from the tail pipe is kind of distracting. It could also be straightened out a bit. Otherwise I think they look pretty good.
     
  4. The Losing Kind

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    Man, you won't hear anything negative about American cars from me: I have a baby blue 1995 Ford Taurus that has almost 210,000 on it, and it runs like a dream.. a dream with no shocks, but you know. Beggars can't be choosers.

    I like these- composition and lighting is good (pretty much) throughout. #1 is my favorite. Anyways, this is extremely nit-picky, but the clump of snow in the lower right corner of #2 is a little distracting. I actually enjoy the exhaust in #5, since it gives the illusion of movement. #6 is the weakest of the set to me. The lighting is really harsh, and it's focused primarily in the foreground, so the car gets overshadoweded by the bright yellow pillars. In #7, it looks like the car is the only touch of colour in the entire photo, which really pulls your eye to it; I love it!

    Mouthful, but that's my 2 cents.
     

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