A few shots of my car

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  1. EpHeSuS

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    Finally got around to taking some nicer looking pics of my car...

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  2. Bleemv1

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    I like the third one :) what lighting did you use? off camera flash?
     
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    Yeah, there were 3 flashes. 2 camera left (one for front of car, one for rear) and one camera right doing the front/bonnet.
     
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    They are great very appealing, 1. is my favourite. :thumbup:
     
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    I like 4 (the tyre and rims) and #5.

    (i'd blank out the number plate. Not sure why ... security reasons?).
     
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    Thanks for the comments :)

    Everyone can see my number plate while I drive, so why would I bother? What are they gonna do with my rego number... look it up on the vicroads site and see when it expires :lol:?
     
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    I don't know much about car photography or light painting, but the lighting here looks very very good ... well done .
     
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    not really any point blanking out the plate unless you're a celebrity and don't want to be stalked.
     
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    First shot is the winner for me, but that highlight on the front bumpers splitter is distracting.
    Any processing or filtering on the paint work? I always find it's a compromise between too much clarity and showing up imperfections in the paint work, which when looking at yours there are none!

    Also, is that the car park along the esplanade at Mt Martha?
     
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    Paint has not been touched up at all - except for me brightening the bonnet a bit in 1st and 3rd shots I think. My panels are actually almost all straight (except for the edge of my door being bent - which seems to be new... I don't remember noticing that when I bought it 6 weeks ago)

    There are A LOT of small chips everywhere though because previous owner did country driving.

    Location is the Sandringham yacht club :)
     
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    The "P" Plate is a little distracting, other than that, great shots and great location!
     
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    I like number 2.

    Nice set overall though.

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  13. Lord Djna

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    Looks familiar... Saw you on OZRS :)

    Nice shots.
     

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