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Thread: How to shoot 50 cars in 1 frame?

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    Default Re: How to shoot 50 cars in 1 frame?

    Hi,

    Is it possible to line up say 5 rows of 10 cars.
    Take seperate shots of each rows,
    then combine the 5 pictures into 1 (one line of cars above the other)
    Each line of cars (5) set back from the one below by 1 or 2 cars ?

    I hope you see what I am seeing


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    Default Re: How to shoot 50 cars in 1 frame?

    Hi,

    I am not good at this; but I would be interested to put an idea forward and see what response it gets.

    If you take what I mentioned above (you have 5 rows of 10 cars all offset by say 1 car)
    it will give a staggered line of cars,

    These cars would be from bottom left to top right.
    This should give an open space at bottom right and top left ?
    could this then have within it (in those areas) a front on shot of the best 2 cars ?

    Sorry, I am not into this type of photography. It is just a thought.

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    Default Re: How to shoot 50 cars in 1 frame?

    Well, as a lot of suggestions have already poured in. I can only suggest you draw a few rough pictures showing different ways you want the cars to be place & than coloured where the colour of all the cars suppose to be to suit your pics. Of course, you need a computer to do that.
    Anyway, the size of an A4 paper is almost the size of what you see through a camera. Have fun dude & cheers...
    Last edited by Spectrum; 20th August 2005 at 08:44 PM.

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