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    Wink Motor Show 2006

    Hello everyone,

    I need all of you to give me your comments and advise on my photo. Please be gentle to me, this is my first time using DSLR. Those photos are the one I find it so call good ones.

    Thanks.








    p.s. Like waiting for result.
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    Default Re: Motor Show 2006

    i have zero experience in photographing cars...
    but #3 looks nice to me

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    Something seems to be missing from the photos ....


    Ahhh.... I know. Where are the babes?

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    Default Re: Motor Show 2006

    Bro, Nice try. I am still a newbie and cant really critique your photos, but the experts will tell you this.

    "When framing a shot, try to remove the distracting elements out. Like the glass barricade in the last two photos or too bright a light etc...."

    I try to watch out for such things, but still end up making these sort of mistakes. Attribute it to the learning process. No need to sweat over this. At least for me, photography is a hobby, not a profession.
    The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt....

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    2 and 3 is ok, for #1, light reflection quite distracting. keep it up...

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    The beauty in the MOTOR SHOW

    This is what some of the guys want to look at.


    I find that this have a sweet look.


    This one look like one of my friend.


    This one can make guys nose bleeding


    Another sweet looking gal.

    Wondering how much to hire they for some photo taking session.
    Last edited by NicoYap; 17th November 2006 at 12:30 PM.

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    the models sem abit blurr. Also nv used flashes?

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    3 is nice
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    So can anyone tell me how to improve it. What I did wrongly?

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    You need to find better angles to avoid as much reflection and distracting elements as possible. Some fill flash could also have been used to lift the shadows.

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    perhaps a good start is to explore new angles and framing. go for surprise!
    all the pics now have the subjects right smack in the centre, which is quite boring.
    photos seem to lack the punch. doesnt help if they are underexposed as well.

    if you want to depict fast or fashionable cars, you need to take them in a way to show they are fast or fashionable!
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    Hello biggulp, babykailan and asterixsg

    Thanks for your advise. Beside I go there, using my friend's Nikon D100. If I get Nikon D80, which lens and flashlight should I get if I'm taking Cars, sexy model and outdoor?

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    Buy a polariser... It may help to cut away the unwanted lights (reflections)...
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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