Low and wide
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|One thing I'm still not happy with when it comes to these old girls is getting a decent shot that has a decnt dof along the side.I can get the taillights etc, or along the side panel but have only had a few sucesses when it comes to a bit of both..I had to doctor the sky in this one as it was a washed out day (in more ways than one) and to get enough light on the lights meant a blowout in the clouds.|
This was at the showgrounds across the highway from us,looks fine on the grass in the arena but total bogfest out the front..Last weekend the caravan and camping show went under when the creek beside the grounds broke its banks..
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Beautiful capture of this old classic. I like the metallic color and the low pov. Sharp details. Well done, tfs.
Sorry about the flooding.
- [2014-04-01 8:49]
If you are wanting to increase the focal point, you can use the focal stacking method of numerous captures from a tripod all with varied focal distances....just a thought.
Neat touch up with the sky.
Hello Fiona, the car is quite 3 dimensional, it feels as if it wants to reverse out from the screen!
I really like the smooth effect that you have achieved.
Excellent low PoV.
Tfs, regards Jean.
Hi Fiona...nice shot. Well composed with a nice point of view...Good work.
ARRRHH. That's one cool shot, Fiona.
Great POV. Super sharp. I can almost feel the surface of the paint-
- take care.