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    Hi guys, I'm trying to pick up photography recently and this is my first photoshoot of my Getz. Inspired by arttl's shoot of his Mazda 3...

    All taken with my 1 week old Panasonic FZ50 mostly at F3.6 ISO 400 and macros are done with an additional Canon 250D close up lens.

    Still a newbie to photography so do let me have any comments!

    This set is a collection of some abstract shots of my car and all done in black and white for effect...











    Last edited by hobbes187; 13th April 2007 at 11:44 PM.

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    Wow that's some nice parts. Getz come stock with the MOMO steering wheel and CF instrument panel?

    *OT*

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    the bnw tones look kind of flat thou. maybe you would like to play around with the channels of colours ???

    i like the way you crop the pictures. but maybe you can try putting together in a layout form ?? sure its better den pieces of pictures ?

    great job there... do practice more on photoshop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomism View Post
    Wow that's some nice parts. Getz come stock with the MOMO steering wheel and CF instrument panel?

    *OT*
    Haha... I wished they came stock... I actually fixed them on after I got the car...

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennyong View Post
    the bnw tones look kind of flat thou. maybe you would like to play around with the channels of colours ???

    i like the way you crop the pictures. but maybe you can try putting together in a layout form ?? sure its better den pieces of pictures ?

    great job there... do practice more on photoshop.


    I felt the same way about the flat bnw... What can I do to get a better effect?

    Anyway these were taken with the black and white setting in my camera... Would it be better to take them in colour then convert them in PS?
    Last edited by hobbes187; 14th April 2007 at 01:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbes187 View Post

    I particularly like this one.... well composed, sharp enough till can see the parts numbers of the tail lamp cover

    I bet you changed your tail lamp also right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mervlam View Post
    I particularly like this one.... well composed, sharp enough till can see the parts numbers of the tail lamp cover

    I bet you changed your tail lamp also right?
    Thats my favourite one too... And yup you're rite the tail lamps are changed

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    I like those on your MOMO wheels.

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    Hi pal,

    How did you take this picture? And where did you park your car? The ray of light makes the car look very classy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaninus View Post
    Hi pal,

    How did you take this picture? And where did you park your car? The ray of light makes the car look very classy.
    Hi, the shoot was done at a multi storey carpark in Bishan... The ray of light was actually photoshopped in to highlight the car...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobbes187 View Post
    Hi, the shoot was done at a multi storey carpark in Bishan... The ray of light was actually photoshopped in to highlight the car...
    Oh, I see. Very inspiring. Nice work there.

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