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    Posted: 21 Apr 2016 at 5:58pm
Hello all,

Its been a long time since I've been on here so I wanted to show you what I've been up to this is a from a recent photo shoot that I got invited to come along to with a couple of friends to shoot this limited edition Aston Martin there where only 11 of theses made in the world and one was here in Australia.

I haven't done much to do with cars so this is still pretty rough, I'm just taking things from others work and applying it in my way to my images.

All of theses where taken with only the lighting on the location and the camera setup I was using is my 1Dx, 24-105 f4 IS and 70-200 2.8 IS II.

I edited theses in Lightroom 5 to get them the way I wanted to.

#1. Taken with the 1Dx and 24-105 f4 IS at 80mm


#2. Taken with the 1Dx and 70-200 2.8 IS II at 70mm


#3. Taken with the 1Dx and 70-200 2.8 IS II at 70mm


#4. Taken with the 1Dx and 70-200 2.8 IS II at 200mm


#5. Taken with the 1Dx and 24-105 f4 IS at 28mm


#6. Taken with the 1Dx and 24-105 f4 IS at 105mm


#7. Taken with the 1Dx and 24-105 f4 IS at 24mm


#8. Taken with the 1Dx and 70-200 2.8 IS II at 135mm


Heres a before and after look of that photo so you can see the differences, this took me the best part of 40 minute to edit.




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Hi Simon, Nice car, nice shots - I love number 2 and 3.
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G'day Simon,

A great looking car and nice work.

My only comment would be in No4 is that the car is leaning out of the frame (away from the viewer angle - photographer), whereas it may have looked better if the angle of view was leaning towards the viewer. But of course, it depends on the message that is being spoken here, it could purely mean that its out of reach and getting away.

Well done.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Simon 90 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Apr 2016 at 2:37am
Originally posted by JT

Hi Simon, Nice car, nice shots - I love number 2 and 3.


Thank you mate, I do like those ones as well myself :)
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Simon 90 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 Apr 2016 at 2:39am
Originally posted by horizon

G'day Simon,

A great looking car and nice work.

My only comment would be in No4 is that the car is leaning out of the frame (away from the viewer angle - photographer), whereas it may have looked better if the angle of view was leaning towards the viewer. But of course, it depends on the message that is being spoken here, it could purely mean that its out of reach and getting away.

Well done.

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Cheers Craig, I just done it that way as I like the angle I don't think it take its away from the car but if I where to have the camera leaning the other way it would lead to dead space being the sky or I would loose that light that looked like it was over the car. Each to there own though.

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G'day Simon,


gr8 shot Simon,lovee thaaat car loll.
I think I understand Craig what he try to say put it a little bit more on the rule .
but good work Simon ;-)


cheers Rene
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