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    Thanks for posting, and even more importantly thanks for the inspiration! Great work!

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    truly amazing photography, one of the best I have seen !

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    Great post sir.
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    great thread

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    can an iphone 5 take decent pictures?

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    Any tips for shooting gloss/metallic black cars?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sal.LV93 View Post
    Any tips for shooting gloss/metallic black cars?
    @specterstruck::instagram Sal.LV93@RaceDezert SalvatoreLV93@DirtyImpreza sal.lv93@ClubWRX
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    Circular polarizer is your friend. Try to avoid locations that have a lot of things that'll show up in the reflections of the car. Make sure you also pick a location that's bright or neutral, since a dark location will just make the dark car fade into the background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Verdugo View Post
    Circular polarizer is your friend. Try to avoid locations that have a lot of things that'll show up in the reflections of the car. Make sure you also pick a location that's bright or neutral, since a dark location will just make the dark car fade into the background.

    Awesome thank ya kindly!! 👍

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