Thanks everyone, maybe I've described it badly but it's not a photography holiday, I just want to get the best photos I can get from the places we go see.
I think I'll take both primes if I have space and leave the tripod.
Hi, got my honeymoon to Hong Kong, Seoul South Korea and Japan coming up in may.
I'm keen to take my 5d mk1 with me, but I've not got a great selection of lenses. I'm thinking would it be enough to take a nifty 50 and a 28mm f2.8 prime, travel tripod and filters.
Reason I ask is i can't...
Third shoot of 2017 for me, a Mclaren 570GT in white with Graphite coloured detail.
Only the one image to post for now:
Mclaren 570GT by Scott Reid, on Flickr
As always, open to crit, both good and bad.
Will post more late,
Love a performance estate.
Only shots really missing are a dead centre shot from the rear (high or low) and a couple more shots showing the carbon and intricate details. Otherwise spot on.
Video looks really good, only thing I could think to say would be watch out for stray street lights...
Thanks Phil, appreciate the feedback, I've had similar about the floor material which is a shame as it's such a good spot for lightpainting. Next set I'm trying to reduce the lighting on it in pp.
Is there anything glaringly obvious that's wrong with the external 3/4 shots?
Well second shoot is now out of the way for 2017, a lovely Lotus Exige V6 ins striking yellow.
Here is a small selection of some of the shots taken:
Lotus Exige V6 #6 by Scott Reid, on Flickr
Lotus Exige V6 #5 by Scott Reid, on Flickr
Lotus Exige V6 #4 by Scott Reid, on Flickr...
First shoot out of the way for 2017, a drfit spec BMW E36.
Shot in a small shed full of stuff in the freezing cold.
Comments and Critique welcome as always (good & bad):
Drift E36 #4 by Scott Reid, on Flickr
Drift E36 #3 by Scott Reid, on Flickr
Drift E36 #2 by Scott Reid, on...
As @foggy4ever says, a CPL is your best friend with this sort of stuff.
I really like the location (and the GTR), a CPL will make a wonder of difference.
Don't skimp on which one you buy and it'll pay for itself :)
#8 would be my pick, closely followed by #5, then #6.
#2 & #7 the weakest, #2 would be better with the car in the centre and #& doens't suit the central crop and the car angles upwards.
Nailed the interior shots as per :D