Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by brasheye, Nov 5, 2007.
Set up shot
not digging the location; too much going on in the background.
5 is nice, though
all are great, except 3 is bugging me for some reason....could be the background thats blending in with the tires...
I always like trying to guess your locations... auburn?
Nice shots and SW .. got one myself
The motion blur last one is the only one I like.
The car is a little yellow in that picture.
That shit's mad JDM yo.
Agreed ... I would have like to see a smaller DOF to blur the background a little or maybe move the car so half the picture was the car and the other half was the stripped/stacked vans
See if you can chop that big red sign out too ... or maybe desaturate all but the car
I like the last one, the others are just okay.
5 rocks my socks. How did you do that? I've seen plenty of pics similar to that before but never bothered to ask how it is accomplished.
5 is good. I probably wouldn't have used that much lighting given the time of day you were shooting. If it was a night shot, they would have looked bad ass. Just because you have the gear doesn't mean you have to use it.
Oh, and turn the wheels to the side when the car is parked, its looks otherwise.
the rig shot is cool. pics of your rig?
I like 5, looks great, how did you accomplish this shot? is the camera mounted on the car?
we need an edu on how to take a shot like #5
with that distance, an extension would be needed, such as an aluminum pole of about 2-3' since a 10-22 was used on a 1.6x crop body.
what do you use to mount the flash unit to the tripods? always was wondering if there was an adapter to do that..
they make adapters depending on if you're using a light stand or a tripod. the tripod adapter usually is included with most OEM flashes.
canons speedlites come with a foot which has a thread in the bottom too.
You look like you know what you are talking about.
didnt use it for this car, but this is it on another car
Wedged a tripod in the engine bay.
These shit ebay triggers have 1/4 inch threads on them
and you're describing the tripod adapter/foot