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Old 03-26-2016, 08:59 AM   #15
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My first post here, but me also being an amature photographer, this is a really great post with great information that can be used anywhere.

Thank you for posting.
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:56 AM   #16
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Interesting technical thread but I think one basic aspect is overlooked- The background.
I see so many otherwise good photos of their cars here on camaro5 with mailboxes,
garbage cans, wash buckets, garden hoses, other cars, etc in the back ground.
There's more to a good photo than the car itself imo.
Dang it! Guilty as charged!! Guess I better change my sig pic... snapped by Hubby, who was amused by my dedication to polishing my wheels (after sunset), while simultaneously fighting off horseflies & mosquitos the size of hummingbirds!!!

*Indeed, a few minutes with a good editing/photoshop program can cure a multitude of background sins.
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Old 10-27-2016, 06:33 AM   #17
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Dang it! Guilty as charged!! Guess I better change my sig pic... snapped by Hubby, who was amused by my dedication to polishing my wheels (after sunset), while simultaneously fighting off horseflies & mosquitos the size of hummingbirds!!!

*Indeed, a few minutes with a good editing/photoshop program can cure a multitude of background sins.
Low light is great (just after sunrise or before sunset) is best. Bright sun at
mid day is a no no for good photos. Here's a crisp shot just as the sun was
setting at a car show a couple months ago. Ignore the busy background.
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