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    Default Automotive Photography: BMW 335i

    Just shot this beemer, from a very kind owner.

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    Last edited by ahmad0420; 19th August 2010 at 12:24 AM.
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    Last edited by ahmad0420; 19th August 2010 at 12:28 AM.
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    Any shots of the engine?
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    for your last pic i feel that the focus should be on the BMW on the steering wheel, and it appears to be heavily reflected. Maybe you can work on that.

    No offense here, but i felt the shot in the parking lot was kinda sloppy for automotive photography. I believe open fields or more natural/less urban landscapes would be nice taking automobiles.

    But overall good effort though composition wise its similar to most of the other automotive shots i've seen. you'll either need a different vantage point or experiment with other angles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eosdigital View Post
    Any shots of the engine?
    No leh, owner decide not to shoot the engine as nothing special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotchoco1ate View Post
    for your last pic i feel that the focus should be on the BMW on the steering wheel, and it appears to be heavily reflected. Maybe you can work on that.

    No offense here, but i felt the shot in the parking lot was kinda sloppy for automotive photography. I believe open fields or more natural/less urban landscapes would be nice taking automobiles.

    But overall good effort though composition wise its similar to most of the other automotive shots i've seen. you'll either need a different vantage point or experiment with other angles.
    Thanks for the critique. I love the idea of shooting apart from carparks and greeneries. But problem lies in recce-ing those areas and the amount of security in the areas I already know.

    Would improve on shoots to come!
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    My critique would be:

    #9 and #13 - the out of focus/blurred elements are distracting. I.e top right corner in #9

    Try not to have any stuff in the way of the subject
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    btw just saw ur portfolio. Excellent work on the AUDIs!! i loved the R8 poster where you underexposed the bottom of the car. Nice works!

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    Thanks for that. Acutally those are on purpose, to create the "peeking" effect. But guess doesn't appeal to audience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotchoco1ate View Post
    btw just saw ur portfolio. Excellent work on the AUDIs!! i loved the R8 poster where you underexposed the bottom of the car. Nice works!
    Thanks bro! Do take a look at my photoblog as well!
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    Hmmm, Volks Racing wheels for this BMW 3 series? At first i thought is Hartge. I like a Breyton one the best.
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