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  1. #1
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    Automotive photography at it's best


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    enjoyed it.

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    wonderful site. although the load times really got on my damn nerves.
    our very own marius is just as good imo.
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    The title says it all... "Automotive photography at its best"

    I really liked the Nissan images under Auto, Land 1.

    Amazing work!!
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    He's VERY good at what he does, you have to give him that.
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    Thats some really good work. I'd love to see his post processing techniques.
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    Not a fan of the huge amounts of post processing done to all the images. Maybe it is just me coming from an automotive background, but none of those pictures look like they would in real life.

    Although that is what most of the photography world likes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myboostedgst View Post
    Not a fan of the huge amounts of post processing done to all the images. Maybe it is just me coming from an automotive background, but none of those pictures look like they would in real life.

    Although that is what most of the photography world likes
    Thats what sells. Go pick up a magazine of any kind(sports, animals, food, models, etc..) and you will see some sort of post processing on the images. Its just the way it is.
    Jason

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    Go pick up a magazine of any kind(models, etc..) and you will see some sort of post processing on the images. Its just the way it is.
    Are you trying to say that all those supermodel shots and the before and after celebrity diet shots have been somehow manipulated? I'm shocked I'm cancelling my subscription to Celebrity Con Monthly.

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    LOL... Sorry, K1W1
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