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Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by stevennn09, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. stevennn09

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    drove around most of the day and took pics. wasted alot of gas, that i got for free ;) and was a nice way to spend my day off.


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    ^^ yeah trailer park shot.
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    Looks clean for an ohio car. Get that hood painted!
     
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    thanks man. and yeah it was alright had some rust but i welded new metal in and duraglassed it. and word. gotta paint the whole car white first..
     
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    My car has some rust I can see starting to bubble through all over the rear quarters. I'm gonna have to re-weld some in myself. How tough was it to do?
     
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    i live in willowick. about 20 min from cleveland
     
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    yeah mine was by the quarters.. it was actually alot easier than i thought. shaping the metal was kinda fun too.
     
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    Sorry to jack this thread, but did you buy pre-made rear quarters, or fab your own?
     
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    it's cool yo. and it wasnt the quarter. it still needs glaze and a final sanding but it's that whole spot in primer. and i fabed my own. so much easier. and a good learning experience.[​IMG]
     
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    The building picture isn't to shabby, with the right light it could be a great picture, the rest of them I'm not to found of, you seem to like cutting your car outta the pics, why not shoot the whole car?
    the last picture could have been good but you went for a leg in the picture shot. crop that out, work on the lighting and it might be a pretty good shot.


    What kind of camera did you use?
    Wanna buy my old Sony H2 cam? hint hint.
     
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    [QUOTEThe building picture isn't to shabby, with the right light it could be a great picture, the rest of them I'm not to found of, you seem to like cutting your car outta the pics, why not shoot the whole car?
    the last picture could have been good but you went for a leg in the picture shot. crop that out, work on the lighting and it might be a pretty good shot.
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    ehh i kinda like it when my car's not compeltely shot in the pic nd i wanted to get my camera to focus on my leg and not so much on the car saw it once and it looked raw. and i need a better camera is waht i need ;)
     
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    What kind of camera are you using? you want your Fstop to be at the lowest # you can make it, stand back as far as you can and zoom in all the way (hard to do when you're shooting your own leg) and shoot with the focus on the leg.

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    good example of using the lens to blur the background, this picture has not been photoshoped in any way.

    outside of the watermark of course =)
     
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    i have a poopy like 7 megapixel. and thanks for all the input. i'm about to buy a canon rebel.
     
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    doesn't really matter the mega pixel, that picture of my Z was taken with a 6.0mp cam.

    Just need to learn how to use your camera, no doubt an SLR gives you a lot more room, but the camera doesn't give you good pictures, the shooter does.
    see if you can change things like F stop, shutter speed, and ISO, guessing you can, that will let you have a bit more fun with your camera.

    My non SLR Sony H2 allows me to, as with my old like 5+ year old 2.1mp olympus digi cam.
     
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    how would i do F stop and shutter speed and things of that nature with a non slr cam?
     
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    read the manual. Every time you turn the knob to any of the preset modes, it changes everything for you. there should be a M mode and you can some how menu your way through it.

    Edit, I just picked up my gf's sony digital cam, its a super tiny thin model, if you hold down the shutter button it will display the shutter speed, and fstop, you can change the ISO from inside the menu, keep in mind this camera has no view finder and nothing but flat buttons it really is just a thin camera, it looks like you have to use the menus to change the shutter and F stop. I really dont feel like digging deep to find out how, but it does look like even on her sony cam, you can change those features.
     
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    word. my camera is actually a 5 megapixel sanyo. it's my mom's so idk where the manual is. any good photoshops u can recomend though?
     
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    photoshops? like camera shops or photoshop the program?

    Be warned, camera websites are hands down the worst websites for buying anything. any time you go to buy ANYTHING off the internet using a camera website, make sure you goggle the website for reviews. Most sites pull bait and switches or wont send you what you ordered unless you add tons of add ons to your order.
     
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    like digital imaging photoshops. and i'm looking 4 a free one for now. do u think u can play around with one of my pics and show me how it'd look with something done to it.
     
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    I'm more of a fan of getting a really neat photo using the camera, as far as free programs I'm not sure. posts something in the computer forum asking if anyone knows of any free ware programs.
     
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