|26th January 2008, 00:34||#256|
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|26th January 2008, 09:52||#257|
First, the car should be shiny. Second, pick a time (morning or evening) or lighting condition (overcast sky which diffused light) that reflects light pleasantly from the car. Third, know how to use your camera well. Fouth, know how to process the shot.
|26th January 2008, 13:38||#258|
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I have a golden zen. Will the overcast conditions funda work for it?
|26th January 2008, 15:25||#259|
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|24th February 2008, 20:49||#264|
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|26th February 2008, 12:21||#267|
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Nice pic mansidea,
I had to look at it to see if that background was real or not!
I will leave the photo advice to the regulars here...but my 20c is that you could have used the surroundings in a more creative way for a more striking composition.
Nonetheless, a very eye catching pic!
ps - cool sticker.
|26th February 2008, 12:26||#268|
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The picture would have been great sans the people inside the car.
Just my two cents.
|26th February 2008, 12:30||#269|
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I was waiting for mansidea to post it here,i loved the pic of my car.I wished the pics of the car on the lawn like backdrop would also be there.Rudra sir,can you do your magic on this.
|26th February 2008, 12:32||#270|
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Great composition mansidea, but if you work a little harder on the pick you will get the following
1. Better sharpnes
2. Better color rendition
3. Image will POP better
Adjust the curves so that the red in the car stands out as compared to the surroundings a little more.
Overall a great shot nevertheless
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