Photoshoot with people's car

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  1. v6indodarknight

    v6indodarknight Well-Known Member

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    here are some of my shots:

    using sony nex-5 with these two:

    -18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Standard Zoom Lens
    -16mm f/2.8 Wide-Angle Lens


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    ^^all natural lighting^^

    comments and advice are welcomed​
     
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    todd_cards Well-Known Member

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    pictures are nice bro!!
     
  3. RedRyder

    RedRyder Be a better driver

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    Awesome photos, you've gotten really skilled Tommy. Love the location with the Genesis.

    That Neon has everything going for it except the rear fitment. Front looks great, rear looks way out of place. That rear quarter panel was not designed to house a wheel in that nature, just look how much tire is showing in the 2nd pic from the bottom. Maybe a more aggressive sideskirt might help him pull that off better.
     
  4. kn0x47

    kn0x47 Senior Member

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    noice :boink:

    my only advice would be to use the free transform tool so some of those walls/building don't look like they're leaning over
     
  5. DarkSideAccord

    DarkSideAccord nadeshiko fobz ftw..

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    damn, your photography has come a long way

    i like the 4th shot... the white/orange contrast is nice

    are these heavily photoshopped?
     
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    LowerMyCG5 Well-Known Member

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    damnnnnnn. great pics
     
  7. v6indodarknight

    v6indodarknight Well-Known Member

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    thx

    thx... need to get better still ;) and yeah... those rims are too crazy for him... he just drop it lower by 1" all around... and the next day, he busted his oil pan... LOL

    hmmm... gotta look that up cuz i have no idea what u talking about... LOL... noob her... but its leaning cuz of the wideangle lens...

    ahahah... thxz... only use lightroom for darkening and lightening some parts... and trim excessive pixs... and signature only,

    idk how to use photoshop... and I don't have the program
     
  8. Sil2DrV6

    Sil2DrV6 Well-Known Member

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    Your photos looks always nice. I have a Nikon D3000 and just a tripod, but I can never take pics like yours. Do I need a better lense or something to take like yours?? Sry for a noob question..
     
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    v6indodarknight Well-Known Member

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    I'm not to familiar with the nikon,

    but here are critical points in having a nice pix:

    -play with the big 3: iso, apeture, and shutterspeed
    -find good location (the better it is, the better it becomes)
    -find really good candidate of things to be the centerpiece (cars, people, things)
    -have fun (that is one of the most important thing)

    last... an editor software such as light room to do final touch up ;)
     
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    Sil2DrV6 Well-Known Member

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    Got it. Thnx for the tips. :) I'll certainly keep those in mind. ;)
     

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