Muscular Drive


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leeter

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First time doing such photoshoot on my friend's BMW.

C&C welcomed.
 

MarkTan89

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Looks like it came from a BMW Brochure (I mean it in a good way). One niggle is the person's reflection on the bumper.
 

leeter

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Thank you :)

yes, i see it as well, any ideas how to avoid such reflections? Not only the person, the trees in the reflection ain't that nice too right?

i'll try to do something in photoshop, but i guess it won't be flawless.
 

MarkTan89

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I guess the only way to avoid it is to park somewhere else where there are no such distractions.
 

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An M3 would be more suitable for the title :) Is this the 335i or 325i ?
 

leeter

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Haha, Vanq, your net is back up and running :)

I am amazed, just by looking at the front you know the model of the car.

Hmm, i think i gotta take note of possible distractions in the reflections next time.
 

vanquisher

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Haha, Vanq, your net is back up and running :)

I am amazed, just by looking at the front you know the model of the car.

Hmm, i think i gotta take note of possible distractions in the reflections next time.

yes finally... hope that overnight increase in hits don't happen again or i have to switch to a better server.

for reflections, maybe u can try polarising filter, might help a bit.
 

MarkTan89

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Did you look at the rims ? The 335i has 5 spoke alloys right ?
 

leeter

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Arrgh, looking at Cokin Polariser liao.... it ain't gonna be cheap... ><
 

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Erm, actually the rims and front mesh does give it away.
 

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