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  1. highbred3d

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    GO HYUNDAI GO! :mrgreen:

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    Nice shot/female!
     
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    woah, I really like this.

    Looks like it should be a magazine ad. for a car! Great work!
     
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    cool picutre, it would add to the speed affect if she had her hands more closly to 10-2.... was there a sunroof open to get the hair blown back?
     
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    Wow... Thanks! She's my baby! Her and the car! I think I till want to clean it up even more, make it more professional.

    Some Info:

    Focal Length: 18mm
    1/25 sec - F/3.5
    Exposure Comp.: +1.0 EV
    Sensitivity: ISO 200
     
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    A little overexposed on her hand & the windscreen but a cool idea! :thumbup:
     
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    There was a sunroof yeah... partially open, we had it open for most of our trip ( drove from FL to MA )! I just shot this one for fun in the moment, didn't have a particular goal in mind, just like the way it came out tho... I agree that it would have been great if her hands were @ 10 -12, or if she was smiling or laughing too! Maybe I will reshoot some time with more of a vision!
     
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    Good point PlasticSpanner, I actully took some artistic license with this one, and did that in photoshop, thought it might add to the shot, put more visual weight on her, and keep your eye to the left of the image... what do you think? here is the original:

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    Thanks for the comments!
     
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    What is it like with an extra 10% saturation too?
     
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    Over the original? Byt the way... how do I do that quote thing in the gray box? you know what i mean... taking a part of someone else's reply and directly replying to it?
     
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    Click the "quote" button in the lower right of the persons reply.:thumbup:

    Yeah try the saturation over the original, darker exposure. I think it'll bring out her skin tones and yellow top better & bring the focus back more towards her?
     
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    AH! Thanks PlasticSpinner! I actully have something like that... let me look back at my previous versions... I will post some... I was just working on some other images!
     

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