A&P photoshoot with a friends '04 Mustang

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  1. Tikigod

    Tikigod New Member

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    I dont post much but I wanted to share these pics because I think they came out relatively good. Had the opportunity to take some pics of a friends brand new '04 Mustang GT a few days ago.
    All pics were taken with the Canon Digital Rebel and the kit lens, except for a few that were taken with the 70-200mm F4L lens.
    enjoy,
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    very nice, do you have any high res pics?
     
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    So, that's an off-road Mustang, right? How big was the lift kit? :mamoru:

    I find the lighting a bit off-putting, I personally think the shots would have been better from the well-lit side of the car, although I realise this may not have given you scenery in the background that was as nice...
     
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    That really is professional quality photography :cool: what were your Photoshop adjustments?
     
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    thanks

    I took all the shots in RAW, used the program Canon ships with the program to adjust the saturation and contrast (both very little) converted to jpeg - then used an action script from www.dpreview.com one of the forum members there provided to add some sharpening.
     
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    Nice shots, but the sun is on the wrong side of your shot.
     
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    I was going to say the same thing. And I noticed that in the EXIFs of these, a little exposure compensation was used.. perhaps your effort to not blow out the sky? Seems that made the car come out a little underexposed, unless that's what you were going for. Nothing a little leveling and curves couldn't fix if you weren't . . .
     
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    exactly, it was an overcast sunny day with really bright white skies for the majority of the shots so I was attempting to now blow the sky out so bad. Im still working on these shots for the most part but Im overall happy with how they turned out, printed a few out at work on the Fuji machine and they look fantastic.
     

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