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Your analogy would work if my car had no reflections.. and was on a solid black background. The reflections create contrast and the edges of the car are clearly defined... It doesn't just "blur" away into the background.
If thats what your going for then sure, but thats not what I saw.

What you are describing would be more like so:



While the picture below is not the best representation you can clearly see the contrast between foreground and background



Just food for thought.
 

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Starting a new job soon.. which should leave me open more often to being able to get out and take some pictures so I can finally update this thread.. I want to do a night shoot for the next section... Or would someone rather have just a regular shoot?
 

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Night shots please!
 

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Hey parker, if you need more space on the first page, let me know and I'll arrange that for you.

Great write up, I'll be keeping up with this thread.


We will see once I finally start having some time again. I've got a lot of free time this week before the new job starts so hopefully I can add a lot more to this.
 

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Aww, I got excited when I saw the e-mail about this thread. I thought there was going to be some very useful night shot information... instead, it was a Mustang.
 

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Very helpful. You're the man Parker...man.
 

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:thumbsup:would love to see more info on point and shoot cameras. im interested in getting pics of my car, but im not hot and heavy into phtography so i cant justify spending money on a nice DSLR camera. very nice info so far though ive learned a bit that i didnt know :thumbsup:
 

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Well, it pretty much all applies to Point and Shoots too. The main things with them is you just want to compose your shots well... Unless its a more advanced P&S where you can adjust your settings and such.. then you can be more creative.

The biggest thing I stress though.. P&S or DSLR, or even a phone camera... If you know how to set up a shot and compose it well, it will show. That's why that was all the first section was about.
 
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