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Rev

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if U dont mind...

honestly.. it doesnt work for me, might be my preference when shooting cars... but anyway,

The rocket tail lights (at intersection rule of 3rds) captures my attention more than the fin bodywork. A pure side view (cropped car is ok cause the focus is on the fin) or a pure rear view (cropped as well, would work)

I personally term these type of car shots as 'extra or support' shots in SG car mags, they're usually ordinary & common shots just to provide the viewer with more but plain information. however in UK car mags, they're much better... meaning, ortega dude, I had higher expectation =)
 

ortega

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OK thanks for your frank views, I will try harder.
I'm a newbie you know :) (I don't normally shoot cars)

Any more suggestions? Advice?
 

Rev

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these views just my personal preference. Even tho U're relatively a newbie to car photography, I dont think U're a newbie to photography. I've seen very surprising results from people who're good in photography, never done car photography before or picked up a car mag & yet take excellent car photos. That's what I mean. Was expecting a fresh angle, I guess....
car photography is actually kindly boring & robotic like the common portraiture in portrait & poses section, unless U love it =)

Perhaps U have other shots? And this a caddy eldorado?
 

ortega

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I do, but not of the whole car.
I only took details
I'll check again

I'll try harder

btw it is some kind of stretch limo at HK Disneyland hotel
not a caddy eldorado
 

Patryk

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Lol, Eldorados... their bumpers never quit falling off..
 

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