My Photo Shoot of my Car...

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I tried today to take some pictures of my car, I mean not just a snap shot, I think I did well, What do you guys think? I used 2 lens for this shoot, 17-55mm and a 10.5 fish along with my D200..
Let me have it...lol

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They look good, my only comments would be that I think the car would have more of an aggressive attitude if you had taken the first and last shots from your knees or sitting on the ground. I personally like the low perspective and not so much of a standing there looking at the car feel. And maybe open the aperture a bit to make the car stand out from the background more. Over all minor things.
(I always hesitate to comment on people's images since I don't know that I could do any better, so take that for what it's worth.)
 
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Jim, We have two things in common...car and camera! Mine is a GXP.

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How about this Pontiac......

Nice job Bill. How would you guys like to drive this Pontiac?:biggrin:

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Anthony, Nice car, GXP V8 303hp Grand Prix, Got to love it.

Thanks Raul, Yes I would love to test drive that Pontiac...lol

Thanks Dave and Gastheer
 
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Good images. I like the 2nd one most. However I would stage the car in a different location like at a park where there are no buildings or things in the background to distract.
 
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Good images. I like the 2nd one most. However I would stage the car in a different location like at a park where there are no buildings or things in the background to distract.
I agree with what you are saying, These were just shot close by, Most parks here are always busy and it is hard to find a spot where I can get the car with out others in the picture.
 

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