Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by brasheye, Feb 20, 2007.
nice looking car, and good shoot. try with a polarising filter next time, when you see a car without reflections (eg 3rd last photo, you can see half the carpark in the reflection) you will cream your pants. I shot some happy snaps at summernats and using a PL-CIR photo made a HUGE difference.
did you use any kinda lighting? or just what was avalible in the parking garage???
last one is cool except for the ricer angle
last two are best I think, nice work
What the fucking fuck wheels
All but the last 2 look pretty meh.
Last two have some punch to them.
i like the pics, but those rims are fucking horrible.
decent cars, nice shots
I see what you did there
Edited the car and the background on different layers, suprised no one else realized this yet.
You need to work on making the layers blend together more naturally.
Anyways good job, and I agree the last 2 are the best
agreed, those rims look like ass.
I do like the shots more...work on your PP and you've got yourself a nice gig.
WTF is up with the tyres being lit up?
I did use a Polarizing Filter a fucken expensive one too. No good
Americans hate seeing skyline's with different shit on it, we have like 11tybillion of them here
Seriously, we could start a taxi business and serve the whole of Sydney.
Absolutely, positively, redonkulous, disgusting, pointless, backward, stupid, unnecessary choice of wheels.
actually, looking back at my car photos there are more reflections than I remembered... but it would have looked awful if i didn't have the polariser at all
did you grey out the top half of the bg in #7?
oh yeah, needs less rice
i wont say anything about the perfect example of an R32 gone horribly wrong.
but I will say that IMO one of the best reasons for shooting in a parking garage is to take advantage of the unique / unnatural lighting. I would have left the unnatural white balance for a glowing effect.
Also I would have used a shallow DOF on some of the images for more separation between your subject and background. some of those "technical" scenes would look amazing with a bit of blur.
also edit your photos as a whole, the background and foreground need to work together. There's too much of an obvious change in lighting, sharpness, contrast, etc. (i.e. the desaturated background isnt really working for you here.)
just my $0.02
lol you're right, that one looks mad photoshopped there
All of the floor under the car is lit up, you forgot to make it match the background layer