Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by legendr34, Apr 23, 2008.
I made a post in the main forum, but wanted to put it for some C&C here (of the pics, not the car )
i think your pics great
I like the matte front grill!
The reflections on the side are distracting.. But that's all I can really say because I know nothing of shooting cars
it was questionable at first, but yea, it think its cool now.
i should of busted out the CLP, completely forgot lol.
I also noticed the green parking sticker, damn should have removed it, atleast cloned it out in PS
the background's kinda distracting
car pictures looks so much better with tinted windows.
Nice pics, really sharp.
well, i thought it was look pretty good with an industrial warehouse theme. next time i'll try the mountains.
soon, it will have some black windows
haha saw the house of imports dealer plate and thought it sounded familiar. where in socal are you. ill be back home in june (cant wait)
buena park, my cousin and brother are both techs there
why did you leave the rear plate + frame on?
Why doesn't it have a sticking up star?
cuz its tacky
dont have rear plates yet, its just a piece of paper
My dad has an E-class. I don't think the star is tacky. But I think yours looks funny without it and the black grill will probably grow on me.
cool. im out (or will be) in palos verdes. nice car btw
any reason the horizon isn't level?
i'd clone out the green sticker and some of the junk on the ground.
use a lens w/ a long focal length...i used 180mm for these
the original is, i just cropped it like ths. it looked too boring
if the photo is boring i'd concentrate your editing on the subject, not the background. unless there's something particularly interesting you want the viewer to notice about the background, but in this case i don't think that was your intention.
not much editing i can do to a black car though. to me, using an angled crop adds more edge to the image
would it make a difference if the car was blue? or red? or any other color?
can you post an example of what you think a successful angle-cropped image that is not your own? I've seen this done a lot, and haven't found this technique particularly helpful.