9th Gen Shoot

DBO867

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Shot my friend's 9th gen Accord yesterday. Edited with Adobe Lightroom. Feel free to check it out, any constructive criticism is welcome. Enjoy!

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Couldnt get any rolling shots, it was just us 2 for the day haha.
 

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V6 sedan.

Well. Done.

Thanks for sharing, car looks nicely put together.
 

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The dual pipes threw me off.

Thought it was a V6.

Should have realized when there was nothing on the trunk lid.
 

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not bad, but the pix r a little too dark for my taste

im glad you said something. its hard to see since my laptop color display isnt all that great, but viewing it on my phone makes a huge difference. i notice some of the pictures have a tint of green over them
 

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nice shots. the last group of photos are my favorites. photos dont seem that dark to me but it would help some "pop" if they had brighter highlights. Doing some research on the histogram will help keep your photos from being underexposed.

regarding the green tint... research the white balance dropper tool. You can select that tool then click on the car since its a pure white and it'll make the car white so then you'll know the white balance tint is perfect. Then you can move the temperature slider to the warmer side so you can still catch the effect of the sunset
 
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