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2005 Gto

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by mike158158, Sep 28, 2008.

  1. mike158158

    mike158158

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    Nov 27, 2007
    Denver
    Just did a shoot of my buddies car for a calendar....He has to submit one..If you guys were to have to choose one which one would you pick?

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  2. andy6789

    andy6789

    32
    Sep 12, 2008
    Milwaukee Wi
    to tell you the truth i dont think any of them are that great espicially for a calender
     
  3. JasonL

    JasonL

    385
    Sep 26, 2008
    New Jersey
    ground

    One trick I have learned is when you going to shoot the car, wet the ground all arround and under it. The reflection will reduce harsh shadows and give a nice reflection off the ground.
     
  4. The car is not very clean,the front wheel wells catch my eye first.
    (dirty wheel wells)
     
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  5. RayGuselli

    RayGuselli

    Oct 18, 2005
    Cleaned the car, some polish and a new location

    Ray

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  6. Kjetil

    Kjetil

    243
    Jun 14, 2007
    Oslo Norway
    Quick fix

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  7. cszakolczai

    cszakolczai

    94
    Oct 1, 2008
    NJ
    ^ thats not bad, but I woulda pulled the license plate off the car, maybe you can reshoot it and try that water idea.
     
  8. Hey Ray... Thats really nice...
    Think you can give my car a quick polish... LOL...
     
  9. Hayden

    Hayden Guest

    You have pretty significant composition issues in most of the images --- you tend to cut off the front part of the car, or frame the car much more to the right of the frame.

    Also choose your locations wisely, clean the car, and pay attention to what else is going on in the photos, not just the subject.
     
  10. #5 is the best
     
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