Tell me what you think

Aug 23, 2010 @ 21:17
So i have been fucking around with my Nikon p90, it ain't an DSLR but it gets the job done. i got into car photography a month ago, let me know what you guys think.
haters are welcome. keep in mind that i just started this, aint a pro.

Aug 23, 2010 @ 21:33
i dont know much about cameras and photography but i think you might need one of those wide angle lenses.
Aug 23, 2010 @ 21:34
First 2 ain't bad (should prob blur your plate numbers though)
Aug 23, 2010 @ 22:50
Always loved mk2's what part of VA do you live in?
Aug 23, 2010 @ 22:59
i like the fourth picture smokeyface

Aug 24, 2010 @ 01:40
i like the first two and fourth one.
Aug 24, 2010 @ 01:42
pictures are dope, don't really like the third one because of how it's blurred though.
Aug 24, 2010 @ 17:37
Thanks guys!
Aug 24, 2010 @ 17:43
the 1st pic is by far the best, good job
Aug 24, 2010 @ 22:20
Always loved mk2's what part of VA do you live in?

sterling, i come down to richmond to visit my brother very often
Aug 24, 2010 @ 22:53
add less effects lol
i mean
u can blur if u want but dont make it too noticeable

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Aug 25, 2010 @ 02:27
Not bad, some of them seem to be underexposed, but I guess you cant really control this with out a dslr.
Aug 25, 2010 @ 02:28
Also, try not to photoshop or edit too much. This is just a person opinion. Keeping the more natural look is the way to go for me. Although some editing can be justified.
Nov 20, 2010 @ 00:52
Composure is pretty brutal for the most part.

Simplest step - don't cut/crop the car in unnatural ways.

Cut down on the editing... ridiculous vignetting doesn't flatter underexposed photos. I would recommend actually looking into the basic fundamentals of photography before picking up the camera and going shooting. Great if you're having fun, but in the mean time look into what it takes to improve and you'll see much better results and a solid foundation of what to practice off.
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