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LukasSchroederthese are all decent
LukasSchroederthese are all decent, but i think what they're really missing is a more interesting or appealing background, and maybe a different angle. im sure youve already seen good rollers but here are a few from a guy in my city.
obviously a really nice car can make a photo that much better, but these shots are quite simple, but they look quite good. i know you were just practicing and playing around, but if youre going to shoot a car/ subject that doesnt particularly "wow" people, the photo should. i think the first one is your best cause it freezes the car the most out of all of them.
on a side note, i started filming a feature video of my friends 240sx. probably will be done after school is over.
ben_collinsLooks dope! Love the shutter effect. Could have used some more post productions. Brought up exposure a bit and a little more contrast
HarkStudiosYeah, I would have liked to do both of those things in a couple of them, but I found when I did the reflection of the sky would become almost totally white, and the car would look black, and I was tryna keep the car from losing its dark/navy blue color.
ben_collinsSky replacement in photoshop and mask around the car and bring up the sat/exposure on the car
HarkStudiosOh believe me, I tried, but couldn't get it to look quite right, there is only so much you can do with a photo, and with the rain, it was quite a process.
ben_collinsI see and I didn't know that it was raining my bad
That complicates things
CabbyArrantIf you can match the cars speed pretty well I might try a longer shutter speed to see if I could get more background blur or keep the same shutter speed and move a little faster. I would just experiment the exposure is solid in all of them o though but I just glanced at them really