This is a discussion on Night Shoot :D Enjoy within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Took some shots tonight, hope you all like them. None of them were edited except for the HDR(or one of ...
Took some shots tonight, hope you all like them. None of them were edited except for the HDR(or one of my first attempts at HDR)
Enjoy & let me know what you think. Constructive criticism is always welcome!
thanks!! i found out tonight that with the white car you have to find a spot with white light....not the normal yellow street lights because it turns the car yellow.
nowt wrong with yellow cars but i know what u mean
^only gripe is the lamp post and signpost right in middle sticking thru car
forgot one other i liked this is where all my white light came from haha
thanks for the info! so are you saying basically to edit out objects that come into contact with the car to get it to stand out of the picture more?
well u must admit the lampost and sign do distract u from the car
heres a qwik edit so u can compare
example i sure person taken pic didnt realise the effect a flag pole might have on his car pic
(i mean in a dif context it can be funny etc but if your subject is the car u really dont need misc objects spoiling pic)
i completely understand what your sayin and thanks again for the insight. here's my edited pic
Nice pics bro! Keep it up.
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2003 WRB WRX w/Gold Rota SDR 17x7
i like the 2nd picture however, i think you should try to keep a conscious effort to have your wheels perfectly straight or turned in towards the fender so you dont show any tire
loren: thanks i took some new photos yesterday and today...not with the car but on the Portland water front. I'm gonna just start a new thread to post all my pictures on instead of making a new one everytime. So go ahead and just check it out once i make it.
wrxtreme: thanks for the advice! i didn't realize that i had the tire turned until i got home haha oh well...that's the good thing about digital camera's never run out of film and can try again