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Discussion in 'GT5 Photo Mode Galleries' started by Giulietta73, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Giulietta73

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    Thanks Jérémy:tup: Sometimes the wide-angle lens works and in this shot it added more information about where the car was heading - straight into the barrier behind the lens!! The tones were tricky to juggle - Nurbie green and Fezza red. I had started the run under a cloudy grey sky, but by the time I got to Wippermann it was sunny!
    Thanks R!ce:tup: Yeah, that shot - unedited - was a bit of a surprise. I was concentrating on getting the lines of the road right and the car in a good spot. But when I got it onto my PC I noticed all the debris and smoke. I added more smoke and sunlight in the top left; colour and toning, and then the framing. I did have to correct a piece of grass that had jaggies on it!!!:dopey: As did the left rear tire.

    Cheers Paul:tup:
    I loved taking that Fezza out for this shoot. Most of the time, with photoshoots, I like to get a time on the leaderboards. But after many attempts with this one, I gave up!!!! Pausing the replay was definitely determind by the driver's hands in the oppo position!!!

    Thanks Herve:tup:
    I feel the same about the F1 cars. I can't take credit for the grass though, that was GT5photomode working particularly well at that moment!!! I'm glad you like them:)
    Thanks George:tup: - that barrier in the 2nd shot was a gift!! It just switchbacked it's way from top left to bottom right in one pleasing movement. Not to take advantage of that would have been a crime!!!

    Thanks Nathan:tup: I was definitely not in the mood for a posed shot or a cool shot. So a multi-million dollar vehicle losing it on the grass at the Nordschleife was a no-brainer!:D The skid was terminal - straight across the track into the opposite barrier. But I wanted to capture the tricky moment - the tank-slapper - the drift - and with that, hope that Bob righted the skid.
    Thanks Sneakyboy:tup: I went right up to the nose, zoomed out as much as possible, panning mode 3 and there you have it. Always good for those speed shots. The road worked as well - sometimes the grafitti is either too pixelated or non-existant.
    Thanks Ciro:tup: Glad you dropped by:)
     
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    That looks really good for an unedited shot. Liking the composition and the tones a lot. :) :tup:
     
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    Fantastic unedited shot! Great use of light!
    And in your F1 set, the first has kind of a documentary feel to it, which I really like. And there's a lot of drama in the second one. :tup:
     
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    I like the first shot in post 562.
     
  6. Giulietta73

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    Thanks a lot Nenad, Lilmann & TVR&FF:cheers:
    Really appreciate it:tup:
     
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    great delta photo. i like the sunset colors ;)
     
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    Wow, beautiful. Love the toning and composition. Very dramatic with the huge dirt/dust trail. :eek: Well done. :tup:
     
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    Love that Delta shot! :drool:
     
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    Totaly agree, very cinematic shot, very well edited :tup:
     
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    That is a neat Lancia S4 shot! :drool: Shows it's power and madness quite well!
     
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    That's a fantastic capture Eric and I love the editing you've done - creates the perfect mood for the shot! :bowdown: :drool:
     
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    That Delta S4 shot... :drool: :tup:
     
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    Very agressive looking R8 unedited picture :tup:

    The Delta shot kick ass. Efficient composition, rallye cars are enhanced with your work.

    Bravo Eric :cheers:
     
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    Thanks a lot guys:cheers:
    I'm really blown away by all your comments:O
    All your comments help to create shots like that.:tup:
    Cheers guys:)
     
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    2.0 Advanced Comp Entry
    Shadows in the City
    Orange Dusk

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    Wow, never tried the orange color with the LFA, very nice composition, warm toning and efficient editing. Bravo Eric :tup:
     
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    Oooohh, shiny! :D Very nice Eric. :tup:
     
  20. GPR

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    The richness of colour and gloss of the car looks great ni that shot. Real standout features that really make you stare at the car. :tup:
     
  21. Kodje

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    Yes I like a lot also, will be very hard to make a choice in this competition ;)
     
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    This LFA looks fantastic!
     
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    Thanks a lot Herve, Nathan, George, Jérémy & Nicolas:cheers:
    I've shyed away from using the LFA as I've always been afraid of not being able to do it justice:nervous:
    (I still deteste it's understeer in stock set up!!)
     
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    Love this set, the orange paint really suits the LFA perfectly.
    That last shot is brilliant, great feeling of pedal to the metal in that view.:drool:
     
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    Not bad Eric, it does looks nice in that colour for sure. I like the clarity and vividness of 2 & 3. Shot 1 is nice also but has a different feel.

    My fav is the last one. Nice angle and lens warp accentuate the speed. :tup:
     
  27. Kodje

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    The last one is really great Eric, love its sense pof speed, its light, it's also the one which value the most the car color. My absolut fav' in this set. But the others are quite good also, I especially like the combination of toning and light we found in the number 3 (includind the entry). Great work !
     
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    Thats lovely set. I should have though the same :idea:. I love the way the color looks in the last pic.
     
  29. Giulietta73

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    Thanks a lot guys:cheers::tup::)
    I know that shots 1 & 2 are below par. I was trying not to reel out more pics in the same tones and style as the very 1st LFA shot (the 2.0 comp entry), and I was trying for different tones of orange - slightly muted in #1 and more acidic in #2.
    Put it down to experimentation and QC failure!!:lol:
    I am pleased with the last shot though:tup:
     
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