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    hi guys.. im just posting this shots from a shoot i did few days back.. im still learning and i hope your comments will help me learn more. THANKS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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    Sorrry but i think its a bit too dark.. cannot really see the lines of the car...

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    I agree. It is too dark.

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    like your composition but it abit underexposed.

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    for #1,

    there's too much reflection on the windscreen and hood, this made you camera's metering mode compensate for it and hence the dark parts are underexposed and a lot of details are lost.

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    woah.. thanks guys for the comments.. for me, i was trying to get a low key feel and i guess the car too shiny already.. LOL.. nevertheless i appreciate your comments.. THANKS!

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    Oversaturated already, but i kena like the feel to some of the photos. eg: 1

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    Cars are like girls, if you can't see the features, a bit wasted.
    The contrast levels too high, I'm more interested to see your pre-production shots actually.
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    underexposed for the first 2 pics, but composition spot on. can to dodge/burn the headlamps/front grille to bring out the "look" of the car.

    still prefer E92/E60 ;P
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    number 1 is really nice, i think the underexposed treatment works to create the mood.

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    its too dark for me. would love to see the contours of the the car
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    I don't think it's too dark,the low key works for me well,it shows the reflections and the headlamps very nicely,well done
    I dig it

    Just wondering,may I know where is 3?

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    the underexposed feel works for this, actually.

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    Love the composition but I feel that the pictures have high contrast and thus makes the beautiful cars to have lesser details. Overall, it is good.
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    I like the composition. I do not find it underexposed. But I find the contrast is too high for my liking as the dark details of the car are gone but it could be my TV screen. I am not using a monitor. I can see the grills of the bonnet when viewing at an angle.

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    go easy on the vignetting.

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    too dark bro but if you have it corrected, it'll be rather awesome
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    nice shots but they are a bit underexposed and too contrasty
    I refuse to List my camer@ equipment here.

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    the dark feel works for me too actualli

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