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Discussion in 'GT5 Photo Mode Galleries' started by GTracer98, Oct 30, 2012.
The Mechanical Art pic...will be one of your most memorable, well done.
Great car and location combination, GTracer98. I really like the way you've desaturated the background colours - makes the car stand out so much more! Tones and individual compositions are neat, as well.
Awesome set , GTracer98. You've portrayed a great car in a great way .
I agree with guys above, desaturated background and cold tones make fantastic atmosphere. Great work, Ciro.
I forgot this one, and I agree with metalsun : superb shot, very artistic, very well composed and edited
Again, thank you so much! I got 1 vote in the 2.0, which, considering the opposition, isn't that bad.
Love the tones in the 599 set - excellent work Ciro!!
Thank you, Eric!
I first heard this song when I was about 6 years old and I still love it!
And here's a Camaro set done in London:
Camaro by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Velocity Achieved by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
The Heart by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
No Fear by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Sound Blast by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
City's Shadows by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Chrome by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
70s by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
London Calling by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Lines by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
This is where I can find you. It appears you ripped London a new one.
Another classic set. I am loving 'The Heart'. The approach, and sense of speed are killer! It made me buckle up!
I am always glad to see your work. You are a beast!
I will be harassing your Flickr later today.
We love ya Doc!
Not a bad set Ciro. The metallic blue works quite well with the urban colours. I really like shot 3 the wide format with the cityscape filling the horizon looks very nice and the exposure on that one is just right I think.
Also number 8 has good feel and tone.
First of all, the McLaren set looks fantastic, especially "Close-up Speed" and "Lines and Curves"!
Second, that 8C one is one of your most realistic ones! I guess it's because of the tunnel.
Third, what a clean-up of that Tank Car!
Fourth, "Bridge" is my favorite shot of the 599 set!
And finally, London Calling looks amazing, more so to "The Heart"!
I hope this is enough for you, Ciro!
Gary, thank you infinately for your time and enthusiasm when looking through my photos!
George, thank you!
Justin, of course it's enough, I'm not the kind of person who wants all the attention. Thanks for coming in here!
I love this kind of urban set and this one is full of good pics. I agree with George and my others comrades about "The Heart" : this one is really superb. But I also like very much "City's Shadows", "70s" and "Lines"
Nice set Ciro, efficient use of the urban buildings, the wider format shots are my favs, better filled with scenery and motion spirit, Love them. Softly edited the way I like
I like the composition in number 3.
Lovely sense of motion in those shots. The lighting is quite good, as well.
Jeremy, Herve, Jamie, Nenad, thanks guys!
Iron Man, You have captured my imagination for quite some time.
The feeling of freedom that is felt from your Camaro set is truly real.
As you crush corners, and whiz past familiar landmarks, I can almost feel the bugs hit my face. Impeccably toned, combined with that blue is intant classic material. The set is On Smash! (That's a good thing).
That last Camaro shot says it all..."Built from the ground up by Stark Industries".
Ciro, I applaud all your efforts, and will always be a rabid supporter.
Play Hard...Or go Home.
One shot inspired by the Gran Turismo Concept: 2001 Tokyo introduction video.
Concept by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Sweet shot.. And nice work since my last visit
Nice post-editing work on that shot, GTracer98!
Yep, nice edit work and great greyish toning also It give the pics a good mood
I've yet to try a rain edit involving reflections, but this might just get me going!!! Nice one
Thanks a lot, Zach, Nenad, Justin, Jeremy and Eric!
This set is inspired by Need for Speed Underground 2. I tried to recreate the atmosphere and Rachel's 350Z as well.
Action Driving by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Ad Infinitum by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
From The Darkness by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Golden by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Greenness by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Height by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Night Run by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
On The Highway by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Shadows by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Sound Velocity by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Z Power by DocArmor98/GTracer98, on Flickr
Ahhh this brings back a lot of memories of that car... I absolutely love the lighting and angle in the first shot! Very atmospheric! Great job
Sweet set Ciro.
I concur with Rice Guy, the first one is killer. But I also quite like 'Height', 'On the Highway' which has very nice use of shadow and bokeh. How did you get the foreground streaks to com about? And lastly I also like 'Sound Velocity'.
Amazing work on this set, love the shots "Action Driving" and "Sound Velocity".
Thanks a lot RiCE Guy! I'm glad you like them!
George, thank you! These streaks, that's a little trick I discovered a while ago; if you drive on one side of the barrier (near the first hairpin) and put the camera on the other, you will get this effect, oh, and use panning mode 3 and 1/60 apperture.
Thanks, Nicolas, have to say those are my favourites as well!
Nice work on the reflexion in your concept shot
And this last set is really good, the tonning is on top in every shots
All the tunnels shots have a good composition for a great sense of speed. I especially love the last one "Sound Velocity", this is the kind of composition I like a lot
I like the use of light in "Action Driving", the rendering of the wet road in "Golden" is just perfect, "Height" has a very original point of view, very clever and very well executed and "On The Highway" is typîcally the kind of things I also love.
And the car looks nice with this combo rims / body color / carbon
Great work Ciro