A&P New Racing Pics!

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by Ballast, Mar 21, 2004.

  1. Ballast

    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    Well, what do you guys think? I know they need better colour correction...
    and they look crappy with the license plates blurred, but people are paranoid about it now.


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  2. Dark-Hawk

    Dark-Hawk New Member

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    wish we had auto-x meets here
     
  3. XtremeSaturn

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    good pans. I guess you read up on that tutorial I linked up. My only suggestion is to bump up the brightness/contrast a tad but other wise great shots. Like this batch more than the last one you posted (Even though they weren't bad either).
     
  4. Ballast

    Ballast Cold Heartless Bastard

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    thanks. i did read that tutorial. most of the pics were set at 1/200th shutter speed. I put the polarizing filter on to take out about 2 stops of light. It wasn't worth me trying to adjust it. I set the exposure compensation to +1/3rd for most of them, and +2/3rds for some.

    These have just been "auto coloured" by photoshop because I was lazy. I'm currently working on correcting a few for prints. I'll post them when I'm finished.

    I shot 184 pics total, and these are just some of my favourites.
     
  5. Z.

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    Aside from the color correction which has already been mentioned, I might add a hint more blur to the background on these since there is not much motion in the wheels, but that's just my personal preference. Nice pans.
     

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