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    Default Subaru WRX STI

    Just sharing some shot of my ride and my first try on post editing using CS5.

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    Good creativity and post processing skill.
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    Nice!! This really is creative!! (:

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    Nice. Maybe tone down a bit to look more cool.

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    Very cool effects. for creativity!
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    i think need to increase colour contrast
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    Wow another SSR owner

    Pictures are interesting, the background could be better though to elevate the effects possibly under a carpark with spotlights or something.
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    I've done engine cut-away shots like that for years, but I've never seen it done on the interior like that. Cracking idea, very creative!

    I agree with you about the contrast, I'd also be tempted to erase the outside areas of the engine layer, but that's subjective.

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    Yep, agree with the contrast. Still learning to play around with exposure control. The "see thru" effect is actually not done by post processing with CS5. It's actually a shot by itself.

    Background is at the basement carpark at my place. Carpark rather full so don't have much space to play with. And I'm too lazy to drive to other location.

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    Default Re: Subaru WRX STI

    Nice idea and well executed
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    Wait a moment, why do I see my camp carpark label there?
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