Sprite's Gallery Ferrari - 30.11.2012

Discussion in 'GT5 Photo Mode Galleries' started by Sprite, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. Sprite

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    Welcome to my gallery, unlike GT4 I will be slow to react to the photo gallery so if you have requested a 1080p version of an image then I maybe some time before I get to you. Also all my images will have only been re-sized to 720p for speed and space reasons and a small 10*10pxl border applied too for uniformity otherwise untouched. If I do edit for any reason, be a competition or for fun then I will however say so below the image. Enjoy.

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    Maserati Gran Turismo S '08 - Post 1
    FT-86 / Dodge SRT / Clio V6 / Project Gift 2010 unveil - Post 6
    Nissan GT-R Vspec / 1967 Ferrari 330 P4 / McLarean F1 (Stealth) / Evo (TME - Blue) / Ferrari 458 / Chrome SLS
    Small update - S15 (RM) Matte Blue
    **First Photoshop Edited** 370z X-process shots
    Small update Drift Video
    Small update Ferrari 458 & Enzo
    RX7 & 350Z Drift / FGT / Redbull Rally
    Photomode Wk 6 Rejects
    Photomode Wk 7 Rejects
    Photomode Wk 8 Rejects and Huge Panno
    get wet - get a blonde and all in the 70's
    Photomode Week 9 Rejects
    Lancia and Honda Civic X-Process
    Week 11 Rejects from 2.0 Adv Comp
    2.0 Adv. Rejects / Standard cars / iPad background
    2.0 Adv Rejects
    B&W Rejects from 2.0 Adv
    One shot update HDR Supra
    Random HDR Shots
    Wk21 2.0 Adv Comp Rejects
    HDR / Rejects / Bonus
    Rejects for 2.0 Adv 05.06.2011 - 240z
    Nissan Skyline (R33) '97 at Eiger Nordwand / TVR V8S ‘91 at Autumn Ring
    Audi R8 FSI - S Tune in Video and Settings
    C 63 AMG S-Tune
    G37
    Random Shots
    Some more meh shots
    HDR previews
    RUF - GTR - SLR
    Honda S2000-S Tune and Pics
    MP4-12C / V12 Vantage / XJ - R9
    New Shots inc. Zonda, Ferrari, BMW & Nissan
    Ferrari

     
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    Maserati Gran Turismo S '08
    Taken November 2010

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  3. stig's helmet

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    Wow, nice shots. Some look real:) Updated mine now, might have too many pictures lol;)
     
  4. Sprite

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    Thanks, I did post them up earlier on in the week but had to close the thread due to the title been misspelt. Hopefully I will be back later this week with another update. Try and get a nice car to feature.
     
  5. long5056

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    Dude these rock.
     
  6. Sprite

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    FT-86

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    Dodge SRT

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    GTR Stealth

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    Clio V6

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    Project Gift 2010

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    This last shot is of Project Gift for this year, it's obviously a GTR that has been heavily modified and will be tuned by my fair hands. I will be making 5 of these to give away as christmas presents to friends of mine who are playing GT5. The Project Car will be dubbed S-Tune and will be over 500BHP and will clock Highspeed Ring in under 1 minute easy.

    Stay tuned for more from this project and upcoming tunes and giveaways.











     
  7. Sprite

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    Project Gift 2010 - Nissan GT-R Vspec / S-Tune
    As I said in the last post I was going to gift 5 tuned GT-r's out to people I know and are playing GT5. This is the Mule for the testing. So far its done over 1000 miles of testing on various tracks Costs nearly 500,000cr and runs 733bhp.

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    1967 Ferrari 330 P4

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    McLarean F1 (Stealth) at the Top Gear Test Track

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    Evo (TME - Blue) at Eiger Nordwand K Trail

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    Ferrari 458 at Bern

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    Chrome SLS

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    Coming Soon - Yellow Lambo

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  8. sejtur

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    Damn that chrome looks great on the SLS! And cool zoom-in pics, very nice. :tup:
     
  9. Sprite

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    Cheers, I waited till I could get hold of the SLS before using the chrome paint. It's a strange thing to look at but in some shots it's terrible and others looks pretty neat.
     
  10. gibki8

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    Very realistic photos and
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  11. Touring Mars

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    Nice work :tup: This is the first time I've seen the chrome paint! I can see why it might not always work, but with a judicious choice of shots, it certainly seems to work well with the SLS! I don't think I'd paint my own SLS chrome, however - but I won't have to worry about that any time soon I suppose :dopey:
     
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    Nice work

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  13. Sprite

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    Cheers guys, if I'm truthful I'm not a huge fan of the chrome, but I saw the chrome SLS someone did in real life and decided to replicate it. It is a bit chavvy but hey hum.
     
  14. Vonie

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    Wow, those macro shots on the Challenger are stunning. :tup:
     
  15. Sprite

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    Small updated

    S15 (RM)

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    The last image was edited in Photoshop a heavy Velvia action was used to try and replicate that film type and boost colour.


     
  16. gtsomething

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    Your composition is pretty good, but I feel like a lot of your images would benefit from removing the miniature filter.
     
  17. Sprite

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    Must admit im adicted to the colour boost it gives the shots :scared:

    I don't have much time to edit the colours and tweak the shots in PS so it's the quickest way to boost them, as photomode seems to be quite drab without it.
     
  18. Sprite

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    These photos have been touched up in photoshop, I have taken gtsomething's comments on board and he had a very good point. So here are some shopped shots. I will give a full explanation as to what was done to the shots.

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    This shot has had some cloning done in the top left of the shot, this removed a hideous looking tree.
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    Colour correction done to this shot, again to boost the colour of the Panther Pink on the car and the greens of the grass.

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    These shots have had an E6 in C41 X-process action run on them provided here along with a bit of noise.







     
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  19. Mac K

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    Nice shots! I love the Maser.
     
  20. JKcreativeworks

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    Looks good mate, nice gallery!
     
  21. Sprite

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    Something a bit different, just now. Shock horror a video, I didn't want to put is in a new thread all on it's own so I thought I would keep it here. I won't be making many videos at all so this will be a very rare occasion.

    350Z Drifting Tsukuba's Last & First Corners

     
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    Small update.

    Enzo and 458

    This set of images was due to be one and also my first HDR, with bracketed shots in the can and into photoshop for the HDR merge it became apparent that the angle at which I had shot both sets of images was slightly off in angle making the Enzo seem it was on a downward slope. So splitting the image seemed a better option.

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  23. Sprite

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    Ok I have had to go Pro with my Flickr account so as to store all my photos and show you guys.

    First up are some edited shots, since I have had a bit more time over the last few days to edit them (not huge amounts of time, hence the bad editing).

    RX7 & 350Z (Drift at Tsukuba)

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    That wide shot with the 3 cars in is awesome, it's done perfectly! I love the tones on the others too, but I'm finding it hard to give more detailed feedback due to the sheer volume of images contained in one post!
     
  25. Sprite

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    Thanks for looking in.

    I try and cull my images the best I can but I find it quite hard. As I have very little time between shoots, I find I have images spanning up to six or seven sessions containing about fifteen to thirty shots, then come a Friday, Saturday or Sunday I have to pick and choose and then upload. I've nailed the workflow in photoshop and flickr quite well now using my own actions for resize, border and saving to a specific location, and using local desktop software to batch upload to flickr it's speeding things up, but choosing the shots that make the cut is hard, I'm not a pro photographer so picking good shots from the rubbish is a tad tricky, I just go with what I like. As for specific editing I try a bit of this and a bit of that and see what it turns out like.

    Again I appreciate you taking the time to have a look.
     
  26. Swiss Legend

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    There are too many pictures!! gah I'm being overloaded! However, there are some great shots in here. :lol:The wide drift shot is really quite nice and has great tones. I think the Formula Gran Turismo set is the best. Nice noise levels and very crisp image quality.
     
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    Thank you for the kind coments, I was pleased with how the drift image came out, pausing the replay and going back to the same spot and using the same focal length and settings was tricky. It worked quite well though, I did try a second shot on the corner before the back straight but because of the extream wide angle of the shots it didnt work.
     
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    My favourite has to be the fifth shot.
     
  29. Sprite

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    Thanks. Its nice to see people who I hold in high regard especially when photography is concerned. :tup:
     
  30. GT5photographer

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    I normally never like the fact of noise being present, even in my normal RL photography I avoid as much noise as possible, but some reason I like the way you've incorporated noise into all your pics. Well done!