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Thread: Ferrari F50 1:24 scale model (25 August 2007)

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    Default Ferrari F50 1:24 scale model (25 August 2007)

    Bought a 1:24 model of Ferrari F50 for test shoot... But it looks defective...
    Just sharing some pictures from my new setup...

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    Default Re: Ferrari F50 1:24 scale model (25 August 2007)

    yup the spoiler looks like it reverse into a low ceiling... =)

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    Default Re: Ferrari F50 1:24 scale model (25 August 2007)

    nice car u got.. tempt me into trying out too...

    pics were well exposed, i thought, but maybe can be a little sharper... like #9 from the selective focusing..

    i read from mags on how they tried photographing model car with lighting from below a white canvas to give it a surreal glow.. might be worth trying?? keeping the light level low is also a way to emphasise shine and gleam...

    my 2 cents.. thanx..

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    Default Re: Ferrari F50 1:24 scale model (25 August 2007)

    Quote Originally Posted by cepheus View Post
    nice car u got.. tempt me into trying out too...

    pics were well exposed, i thought, but maybe can be a little sharper... like #9 from the selective focusing..

    i read from mags on how they tried photographing model car with lighting from below a white canvas to give it a surreal glow.. might be worth trying?? keeping the light level low is also a way to emphasise shine and gleam...

    my 2 cents.. thanx..
    This model is quite defective if u noticed...

    I didn't do any sharpening in post processing, but was shot at f8 to f11. Lens used was Tamron 90mm f2.8 Macro. CPL used.
    I am NOT a PROfessional photographer and photography is NOT my hobby

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