Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SnugNuts, Aug 8, 2009.
Car Cruise Shoot
i was expecting boats and water. i am disappoint
i havent really shot anything since i got the camera, been about 6 or 7 months, trying to get back into it, and im shooting a wedding for a friend in a month
It must be a common thing for 5'2" 90pound guys to buy Cobalt SS's. I swear to god everyone around that has one looks like this guy
what can i do to improve them
Just looks like a lot of bad pictures of reasonably priced cars. Composure is not anything beyond snapshotish. Exposure is inconsistent in every picture, on camera flash use is harsh and ill-used, and the few pictures you post processed the colors look absolutely horrible and unnatural and not inspiring. At least you could have taken pictures of nice cars so we had something to look at. :-(
BTW I also was hoping for mother fucking boats and water
read more, shoot, sort, post less.
Does the IS300 have anything done to it other than exhaust? Aside from the +10hp badge removal, obviously.
I was supposed to do a shoot of my IS300 this weekend for the company that made my taillights, but I haven't had time yet and it's not looking good for tomorrow. She needs cleaned badly first, too
you should really just sort out a few good ones out of the whole set... saves time for other people trying to cc your stuff. just fyi. and how are you editing these? the tones look off.
more like cruise spray and pray.
Here are your problems, you find the solutions:
1. Ricer angle
2. Posting every photo
3. Bad exposures
4. Recovery in PP didn't work
5. Subject matter in most is off
processing is horrible on this!
too many pics, none of them good.
this should be a picture of some cars and people.
but it is a picture if a dumpster, a gas station, a rest stop, a cop i think, two dudes talking next to a truck, a jeep filling up, etc.
work on that first. try to take a better picture in the camera. don't think "i'll just get the subject in there and crop around them later". if you show me a picture, i'm going to look at everything in it. if there are things in there that i can tell don't belong (like a dumpster), then it feels amateurish.