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Old Sep 7, 2010, 6:52 PM   #1
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Default al them beautifull cars shot with the fz38

hi all

back with a shoot that is not much seen here
now i present the supercar extravaganza!!!

first
a porsche 944


2. the inside and exterior of a ford mustang convertible




3rd is my beloved fiance standing next to the car she expect me to buy because she has driven a few miles in it



4rd is a nice corvette


and 5th is one of my favorites
AN AUSTIN MARTIN




So plz tell me what you think and any critics would be nice

hearty greetings,
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Old Sep 7, 2010, 7:37 PM   #2
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Some very nice cars for sure, wouldn't complain if I had one lol.

I won't critique individual shots but rather give some things to think about if you get to shot cars (well actually lots of subjects really) again.

Think outside of the box, don't just photograph from a normal standing position, we've all seen things from those angles as that is our view every day. Get low or get high to create interest. Next is to think detail. Pick out individual aspects, a mirror, gear stick, dials, lights....... Normal cars have quite a lot to pick out, how much more is there for this sort of vehicle.
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Just to add, check out car magazines they have a wealth of the sort of shots I mean.
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Old Sep 7, 2010, 10:06 PM   #4
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thanx mark
i know what you mean i just saw the carshow shot with fz100 and i now i must create unique shots
but my fiance was nagging:P to go home so didnt have to much time

but is it me or does the fz38(35) produce better shots then an fz100 i notice a lot of noise in contrast in fz100 shoots
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I totally agree with Mark on "thinking outside the box" comment. Most old cars have some unique characteristics that differentiate them from the ordinary models we see everyday on the road. One of my favorite photography book writers is Brian Peterson. In one of his books he suggests that WA lenses are not optimal for creative photography as they tend to capture the world in an ordinary way.
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