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Discussion in 'FM5 Photo Mode' started by D2088, Dec 26, 2013.
Bushido's Got Talent
Those are amazing shots. Keep 'em coming!
Some really ice shots in here.
yo dats classy son
Thanks for ideas too - its not stealing if no one can tell
There isn't an unrealistic photo in the whole batch as far as I can see.
You even made the Halo Mustang look good by shooting it end on and hiding most of the livery
Which car is this please? It looks ace.
Thanks Bushido. Another one for my shopping list.
I'm not sure whether you use external post-processing but I really like the depth of field effects you are achieving with these photos.
Great gallery. Love all these shots
No problem just keep the great shots coming. I only just discovered the aperture control in photomode last night and worked out how you did it. Thanks for the tips.
Wow the silhouette shot looks really good.
Those last two of the indy car and the mclaren both are excellent
Some great shots, I see T10 used your RUF shot in your first post in this weeks WIR, congrats
I like the idea, behind the third shot in post 12.
That Cuda is a boatload of goodness, nice work.
Bushido, I think you're one of the winners of the Wk F photocomp as well.
Either that or D 2 0 4 4 has ripped off your username LOL.
This is crazy.
That's incredible...how did you get that shot, if you don't mind me asking?
Thanks Minty. It was taken on the Test Track inside one of the warehouses. Just drive parallel to one of the wide openings. From there it's all about positioning and settings. Typically you need a fair amount of contrast to black out the background. The effect will be different for each car depending on the type of paint used. For this shot I used a variant of the brass paint. I originally went for a full color shot but the b&w looked more dramatic. It's a style of photo I've done for a while now. I'm a minimalist at heart and love photos without any background distractions.
Nice shots.. Keep em commin
Cool, thanks, I'll have to play around some more in the warehouses. I've taken a couple shots using a similar method, and I've been experimenting with different locations, but I never thought to use the lighting in the warehouses for that, just the closed hangar since there's not as much ambient lighting to worry about. I need to start using better paints for it, as well.