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sorry, updated with 2nd one
 

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Looks great man, now where are those coilovers? :hihi:
 

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Looks Fast Nice angel eye color
 

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Great looking car and really great pictures.

Got any tips on taking pictures or using photoshop? how did you get the sun behind the car and the detail to come out? did you use bracketed exposures or just put the sun in later?
 

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Great looking car and really great pictures.

Got any tips on taking pictures or using photoshop? how did you get the sun behind the car and the detail to come out? did you use bracketed exposures or just put the sun in later?
Look at the reflections on the car and you'll notice a white building reflecting light onto the front of the car. This does the same effect as those professional shoots but with an assistant holding a big white/silver piece of cloth.

And there's also HDR :)
 

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Look at the reflections on the car and you'll notice a white building reflecting light onto the front of the car. This does the same effect as those professional shoots but with an assistant holding a big white/silver piece of cloth.

And there's also HDR :)
he is correct

and i hid the sun behind some leaves of the tree to help shadow the light, a lil

and it is a 2 story white building in front of the car

HDR helps a lot ;)
 

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your car is sick :M5thumbs:
 

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sorry, guys...

HDR? :dunno:

High Dynamic Range


"In computer graphics and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI) is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of exposures (the range of values between light and dark areas) than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention of HDRI is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to shadows."

In other words it's a technique that combines many shots with different exposures into a single shot with the most detail possible, trying to get to what you saw with your own eyes (or better).
 
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