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  1. D.S.

    D.S.

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    Ok so I fancied trying a few max power sort of shots of my old BMW, the car is nothing fancy... I'd just put it through the car wash so I thought why not.

    C&C welcome

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  2. Matt Sayle

    Matt Sayle 'tween the road and a field

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    The first is nice enough but would like to see more car.

    I like the second, the angle is great but the detail has been lost i the back bumper.

    Cool shot again but to much detail lost in the wheels.

    All IMO so feel free to shout at me :LOL:
     
  3. subby

    subby

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    car wash :crying:, doesnt do a great deal for the paintwork.

    Pics arent too bad, but try not to have the tyre facing the camera, either have them straight of the other way.
     
  4. wysiwyg

    wysiwyg

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    need some pop on the wheels or something extra...
     

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