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Old Apr 8, 2011, 11:49 PM   #1
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Old Apr 9, 2011, 12:49 AM   #2
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Great shots Greg. Always diificult under mixed indoor lighting. Love that shot of the painted new Camaro.
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Great shots with really difficult reflections.

Me, I'll take the Bugatti. The Camaro is a little too understated isn't it.
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I'll take the understated Camaro. Needs a little more chrome but I can add that later. Great stuff, Greg!
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Reflections are a real pain. That corvette shot loses a lot with the yellow car beside it in the dash mirror. I like the way you set up the caddy. and it looks to me like you tried to balance the light reflections on either side of the audi hood bump. i'll use that idea when i go to my next indoor auto show.

so happy summer is close so i can start going to auto show-n-shines.
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Very nice shots Greg.
So where are all the Mopar pictures ?? LOL

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Great shots with really difficult reflections.

Me, I'll take the Bugatti. The Camaro is a little too understated isn't it.
Me too. Steven underappreciates imports.

Great shots, Greg!
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hey Greg

Very nice pics of some really fine motors.. What were the crowds like ??? I'm with Ted and Bob... I'll take one Buggatti please.. the new one but minus the yellow wheels

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I'm sure the crowds were heavy today (Saturday). Friday evening when I went was a little light, which I figured it would be. Saturdays and Sundays are the heavily attended days, and I'm sure harder to get around the exhibits, which is why I went when I did.
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Nice pictures Greg, very well exposed and framed.

You used 800 and 400 ISO's on those pictures and looks very clean and sharp... what are your camera settings for Noise Filter and Noise Filter?

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