ART F1 Photography (Automotive Pics)

Blue4reF1

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Nov 9, 2008
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Here is some of my work I'd like to share to you guy. To view all my pix my Flickr is below: Enjoy

www.Flickr.com/blakesimon


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adamlewis88

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Dec 2, 2007
5,365
San Francisco, CA
Nice cars.

Shots are lacking.
Trees/poles coming out of cars ruin it for me.
Im not sure anything is in focus/sharp in #3
I know we all did it at one time, but 1990 called and it wants it's selective color back.
 
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Blue4reF1

New Member
Nov 9, 2008
19
Wow, do you guys have anything positive to say? You seem very picky when critiquing photographs. I do agree that I could have used more speed in number 4 of the F430 Scuderia though. Also I rarely use selective coloring, but thought it gave my Ferrari 599 shot a different touch that makes it look more dramatic looking. Tell me where you see trees and poles coming out of the cars as well....
 

adamlewis88

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Dec 2, 2007
5,365
San Francisco, CA
Wow, do you guys have anything positive to say? You seem very picky when critiquing photographs. I do agree that I could have used more speed in number 4 of the F430 Scuderia though. Also I rarely use selective coloring, but thought it gave my Ferrari 599 shot a different touch that makes it look more dramatic looking. Tell me where you see trees and poles coming out of the cars as well....

Obviously youve never been in here before. Sorry were not all care-bear in here. :greddy:

Tree: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3021/3007121682_1bd562f318_b.jpg
Lights: http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/jj39/My355F1/DSC_0125.jpg
Pole: http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/jj39/My355F1/2834616316_a0a76680e9_b.jpg
Pole:http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3048/2804481978_f0f6835bb9_b.jpg

As far as the second set;

Skyline shot is a little too contrasty for me.
The Carrera GT is a nice concept but could be executed better.
Both Lamborghini shots just have me thinking, "Ok..."
I could say the same about the Porsche
And the last one you posted the first time.
 
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Blue4reF1

New Member
Nov 9, 2008
19
Obviously youve never been in here before. Sorry were not all care-bear in here. :greddy:

Tree: http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3021/3007121682_1bd562f318_b.jpg
Lights: http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/jj39/My355F1/DSC_0125.jpg
Pole: http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/jj39/My355F1/2834616316_a0a76680e9_b.jpg
Pole:http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3048/2804481978_f0f6835bb9_b.jpg

As far as the second set;

Skyline shot is a little too contrasty for me.
The Carrera GT is a nice concept but could be executed better.
Both Lamborghini shots just have me thinking, "Ok..."
I could say the same about the Porsche
And the last one you posted the first time.

Ok, I got what your saying and sorry if I came off a bit rude, but I like the critiquing....What would have made my Carrera GT shot better though? And how am I supposed to avoid trees, poles, and lights? Should I clone them out? I don't know how to avoid that type of situation...
 

adamlewis88

New Member
Dec 2, 2007
5,365
San Francisco, CA
If the whole car was as sharp as it is in the front.

Id also crop off some foreground and background and put the car somewhere other than the exact middle of the frame. I think the lines in the road and on the awning work really well to add a dynamic feeling to the picture.
 
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Blue4reF1

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Nov 9, 2008
19
If the whole car was as sharp as it is in the front.

Id also crop off some foreground and background and put the car somewhere other than the exact middle of the frame. I think the lines in the road and on the awning work really well to add a dynamic feeling to the picture.

Ok, Sounds good. Thanks and I'll take your critiques as a compliment and use them the next time I shoot.
 

tetsuo

And shepherds we shall be...
May 6, 2004
9,411
Ok, I got what your saying and sorry if I came off a bit rude, but I like the critiquing....What would have made my Carrera GT shot better though? And how am I supposed to avoid trees, poles, and lights? Should I clone them out? I don't know how to avoid that type of situation...
some photos its ok to clone it out, but some it would be more a matter of moving the car or shooting it from a different angle. its something to watch out for when setting up the shot.
 

Wheezer

OT Supporter
Jul 1, 2002
1,621
Houston
Clarity slider?

Yeah, the clarity slider is a Lightroom thing to bring out the edges. You can do the same thing in Photoshop with the unsharp mask with a large radius. #3 and 4 are the one's I was talking about. (halos around the tree in #4)
 
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Blue4reF1

New Member
Nov 9, 2008
19
All of them? Also, I'm probably going to stay away from the B&W backgrounds. Mostly from the feedback I'm getting here...But bro, by the way its "amature"..
 

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