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    hey guys, care to critique my car shots? Be honest! =)
    Sorry no gorgeous ladies, hope to incorporate them in the near future. These were done a while back...

    Audi A4 Cabrio



    Last edited by Rev; 28th April 2005 at 02:40 AM.

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    Peugeot 206 & 307 Instrument Panels




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    Old skooool. Alfa GTJr.



    Last edited by Rev; 28th April 2005 at 02:30 AM.

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    Most of the shots are perfect. Like those for advertising.
    But on the 2nd shot you made a big mistake .. I can see the photographer shadow, 3rd car and a 2nd person.

    Maybe you need to stand back further
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    Apart from the reflection, #2 is Nice series of car shots.

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    Hey Tim,

    These are really nice shots. I like #2 despite the shadow. The shots of the dials are a little soft though. And I'm still thinking if those words are a little too distracting or not. The panning shot of the Alfa, I was thinking a landscape orientation maybe better.... since there was too much space above and below.

    Your car shots are getting better, and better

    And NO ladies PLS! You would want your pictures to look more like "CAR mag" UK than "Hot Fours" Australia.
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    Alfa GTJr last pic. It's very nice. Taken in Singapore ?

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    its a really gd series!!!
    all of them works for me, even the panning shot, very sharp. i like the first one best

    hey, where did u get all these great cars?!

    even marcwang(whom i regard as a very good car shooter) agrees, i can see that ur going places.

    OT:shd be shot in marina bay area

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    the first 2 pics look very professionally composed and taken.... well done.

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    lovely!

    the shots of the alfa look great, something out of a classic auto magazine. and i kinda agree with marc, a bit of a crop off the to top would give a bit more 'imbalance' to empahsize movement, the bottom part is good enough.
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    nice shots. where did you get the cars from? have always wanted try out car shot but cannot find a nice car to shoot.

    Next time going on car shoot can call me along?
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