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  1. Al-Wazeer

    Al-Wazeer TPF Noob!

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    From the Gulf Air ( Bahrain ) grand prix.

    what do you think?
     
  2. abraxas

    abraxas No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like the tones and processing in your shots. A couple questions though; What is this? Does it drive, fly or ...? Is it launched somehow? How fast does something like this go? Does it have brakes? I'm clueless, but it's a really nice shot. It also looks like he's listening to a giant PA while he's working.
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  3. Al-Wazeer

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    This is a Formula One car, this one is a Mercedes, it has about 600+hp, it has brakes lol :p, it goes on track for 57 laps, there are 10 defferent teams, the most famous, Scuderia Ferrari, Mclaren, BMW Williams, BMW sauber, etc.... every teams has two cars, so in the race there is 20 competetors. The season goes in defferent countries.i think the season is 1 whole year. any more information??
     
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    not a car fan whatsoever, but nice b&w conversion!
     
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    thank you very much for the comment ernie!
     
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    Nice
     
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    Yes, good conversion. The black and white clothing and other items have added to the ambiance of this b&w image.
     
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    thank you very much :)
    thanks Rere! :)
     
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    wow..love that shot..the b&w contrast really makes the pic really awesome.....memorable actually
     
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    Al-Wazeer TPF Noob!

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    really appreciate you comment, thank you!
     
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    Very, very nice rendering. It is quite reminiscent of an old film B&W glossy photograph with its deep tones. It even looks like it is a glossy photo to me. :thumbsup:
     
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    thank you mate, glad you like it :)
     

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