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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2008 3:47 pm 
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nice photo's, are those taken with you 18-55 mm lens?

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yes.They all are taken with the kit lense..

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Problem with shooting cars shows indoors without an external flash unit is that the photos will look dark. I m quite sure that you didnt use an extrnal flash unit because the photos look quite dark? By not using the flash you loose alot of details in the car in my oppinion!

BUT THAT GT2, is amazing...tho i would put black rims on it instead of silver...


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Ye i didn't use any external flash so the photos are a but dark.Maybe a bit photoshoping will improve them...

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Saw that you had alot of the shots on your flickr, that post processing is going to take u a long time. Try adjusting the levels maybe that will work fast and simple :D

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