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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode Galleries' started by Terronium-12, Dec 2, 2013.
- The Sixth Chapter Has Only Just Begun -
The Sixth Chapter Begins
I get good sense of speed in these pictures.
Nice Goodwood shots.
Nice shots so far.
Great start to your GT6 gallery T12 - love how the Crossbow is so close to the wall. Alpine shot's my fav, though - very realistic.
- Me Too! -
Oh yeah, the second shot is especially about speed.
Thanks. Wish the track had a bit more freedom to it though...
I'm trying to get a bit more done but I haven't had many good ideas for photo sessions just yet.
I had a little too much fun with both of those events, and taking the pictures as well.
Love the Goodwood shots the most, especially the Alpine shot.
- Vipera Ursinii -
Thanks. As I've said already, I had a bit too much fun there which is probably why I keep snapping pics.
I'm loving the Goodwood shots also. It's a fun place to drive and an even better place to take photos.
My favourite has to be the last shot, due to how the shot has been laid out.
The Alpine and the second Mito shot are the standouts for me so far. I'm not sure what you're doing specifically, editing-wise, but it's refreshingly light, and absolutely works here
Love the lightning and tones in the Alfa shots.
The last shot is excellent!
- Pan-o-rama -
Thanks. I'm definitely spending far too much time there...
Thanks. It's largely the same editing style I adopted when I started shooting in GT5 again.
What a great start to your GT6 gallery. I love the Goodwood X-Bow shot - great sense of drama just millimeters from the wall. I agree with SlipZ - great editing style.
Epic toning T-12, loving each and every shot.
Yes yes yes, some real panoramas T12, of course these are my favs, I'm really loving each one, the Audi R8 for their kinda minimalistic style, car driving by test pilots with no crowd and technical improvement target.
The R18 ones for the, more scenery, more action, more colors, more trees, more everything, this is why I'm truely into the panoramas, bravo
That's just insane you portray the stunning lighting at goodwill brilliantly.
I agree with Hervé. That is a very great gallery start and your panorama work with this R18 is awesome. Some very realistic shots with a great sense of speed and motion and a very good work on toning
Bravo T12 !
The Audi panorama's are way cool.
Way too much Audi, not enough X1.
- Seventh Generation -
It was slow-going with the Trophy Megane (a set I'll more than likely revisit) but it all picked up once I started shooting at Goodwood; and as I've said multiple times already I've spent far too much time there.
I knew you'd appreciate the panos more than anything else.
Goodwood is great for just about everything and I really appreciate the compliment.
Looks like I won't be switching up my editing routine anytime soon then!
Thanks. I had fun doing them despite one not making the cut.
Go away, I can't afford it yet.
You've been a busy bee, so many new shots. It's about time I commented.
Just lovely all around, some great toning on so many shots really make these look great. So far my favs are the Alpine at Goodwood, the first AE R8LMS pano and the last R18. Those are the standouts to me.
Very nice these two last shot great composition in each of them but especially in the panorama one
Brilliant job on the Audi set.
Loving the panorama shots! I'd love to have a go myself but I know I'd get the editing terribly wrong. I'll have to stick to taking wide shots and cropping them.
- Super86 -
- Not at all fond of this one. -
- HDR -
Was expecting you sooner or later and it seems I have a standard to uphold seeing as the Alpine has so thus far been the standout.
Thanks. Ascari is another great place to shoot; lots of undulations and elevation changes.
It's a lot easier if you don't edit it to be perfectly honest.
Looking good Terronium. Very consistent.
I love the idea, behind the first shot.