A&P 48... ricer angles.

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  1. widebaudi

    widebaudi New Member

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    i took these just for you. :wavey:

    volvo s60 R. great car with some decent power and phenomenal stock suspension but you just couldnt feel the power as much as the jaguar from last week. this car is pretty damn high quality and a definate steal for 43k.
     
  2. Tomash

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    Volvos and Saabs are for nice people.
     
  3. macadamiaman

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    Don't kill the car with ricer angles, it might have too much turbo but it's not a ricer :(
     
  4. Skoles

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    I can't tell you how mindblowingly crisp & vivid those shots look on my 23" ACD. Good job.
     
  5. Zulu

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    boring
     
  6. widebaudi

    widebaudi New Member

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    its a joke from previous thread. :)
     
  7. widebaudi

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    imbendenton What the fuck is the internet?

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    Way too much angle on 1. 2 is good. Nice car.
     
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    I like how nice the quality is on that, what glass did you use.
     
  10. Zulu

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    #2: The reflection on the hood and winshield from the building is horrible.

    Don't know if you noticed that or not but watch out for that. Once you notice it you might hate the pic though now. :o
     
  11. widebaudi

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    70-200 2.8 non IS
     
  12. widebaudi

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    that would only make me hate my own picture if i valued your opinion.
     
  13. Tex

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    Wrong.

    EDIT: Oh, sorry, I took 70-200 2.8 non IS to be 17-40 f/4L. You would have been wrong if that's what you meant but now looking back on it I guess you meant 70-200 2.8 non IS.











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  14. widebaudi

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    lol considering the 70-200 is a large white lens, i think i know what lens i used to take the pictures. :wiggle:

    that, and i dont own a 17-40 f/4L
     
  15. Tex

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    LOL, don't worry, it was just a joke - I know the two lenses are not able to be confused, which was sort of the point (joke was not relevant to this particular thread).

    Whenever I get my 70-200 IS out though, I do chuckle at how they are universally referred to as white lenses, but really, they're more of a cream colour. :mamoru:
     
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    I know, Improving isn't an option for some people, don't worry about it. ;)
     
  17. widebaudi

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    truth. :eek3:
     
  18. perfektrtw

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    On your car shoots is the 70-200 the most used lens? What do you think about a 17-55 for car shots?
     
  19. widebaudi

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    depends what look you want for the final shot. i dont want exaggerated lines so i use long lenses.
     
  20. NauticaX

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    love the 2nd shot!
     

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