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I need a class in how to work my digital camera. Sometimes I can't get the colors to balance, and other times I can't set the flash right and the light sensitivity right, so everything is dark. Damn cameras!!! With that being said....



Ok..... I started by taking off the wheels and cleaning inside of them. Heavy duty dirt on the rear of the spokes..... I got lazy and didnt want to scrub...




Well while I had the wheels Off I took some other pictures

Turbo... even the Calipers know it


And the finished product (my lack of camera skills shows through)



 

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First step for night shots is a monopod for height or a beanbag if you have a natural feature (ledge/wall) to rest the camera on. Low light levels = long exposure time = hard focus problem.

For that storefront shot, look in your book for a "flash-fill" feature.
 

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Eagle One Car wash is all I used on the wheels.

Yeah a pod of some sort is definitely needed for the nightshots. I noticed how sensitive the camera was to my natural movements.

thanks for the tips!
 
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