Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by e.pie, Jan 25, 2010.
seems like it's been a long time since I've taken any pictures
I'm no pro but I don't like being able to see the shadows on the wall...is there any way to get around that?
Shadow is about all I have to bitch about.
I'd need another strobe
could be a 120k$ chevy
Everything looks a bit dark on my monitor. A little bump in exposure in PP could help. Might just be me though. Yeah the shadow is a turn off, but overall looks good. Looks like you can even clone out the shadows in one and two easily.
more like $30k honda
Also, it almost looks like there was a lot of ambient lighting in addition to the strobes, kind of throws off the WB slightly imo, you can kind of see it on pic #3
How many strobes are you running?
looks fine on my huey calibrated MBP
Exposure looks good on mine too.
3 strobes, the building I was in had some dim sodium vapor lights, I was overpowering them as much as I could since they weren't very bright
the ceiling was also white so I was bouncing off of that as much as I could so the light wouldn't be as hard
I would think with 3 strobes you would be able to use one to kill the shadows. How are you setting up your lights?
I had 2 to the side and 1 to the front of the car bouncing off of the ceiling
one of them had an omnibounce on it as well, which is probably what caused the shadow
Something looks off about them, to me. I can't decide what it is, maybe it's a combination of a lot of things.
Always thought this car was pure sex...
Great idea to get evening sky in the windows.
I've taken pictures of other cars there before, it's one of my favorite spots
I'd photoshop the graphiti to match the paint of the car exactly. I think it would be artistic.
nice car, however i feel the car needs to be lit up more
like the car