A&P Porsche 911 Media

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by NRZ, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. NRZ

    NRZ New Member

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    I figurered since im still new I would show you guys how I get down with the Photog stuff. I really enjoy shooting cars, so enjoy.

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    Thanks for looking, any comments are welcome and appreciated.
     
  2. di3soft

    di3soft Guest

    ricer angles detected, shot behind a best buy or something?
     
  3. TurkeyChicken

    TurkeyChicken New Member

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    I would have tried to find a better location :o

    there's trash gathered behind the car :dunno:
     
  4. mobbarley

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    Nice old car, is that the 3L?

    you definitely need to find a nicer background.
     
  5. Traitor

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    :dunno: im not a huge fan of car photos
     
  6. NRZ

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    Just a new development in my town. But I dont really understand the ricer angle comment, theres nothing really crazy or shot way off about those shots. Some of them were alittle elevated, but I dont usually look for the ricer angles as I dont like them either. :hsugh:

    It was my first time shooting there, just trying something different then the boat launch I usually shoot at.

    It is a 3L non turbo 1974 930 widebody update. The cars owned by my neighbor.
     
  7. 1992 240SX

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    Not bad. I like the angle on the second to last one. The yellow poles are pretty distracting, a better crop or a better location would've been better.
     

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