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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    LOL... Sorry, K1W1

    That's okay don't worry about it. I'm going home to stare at the Cher poster on my study wall so I know what a real woman looks like.

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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
    everything is tarted up to some degree. and its not just photography either; how many women do you know that leave home without makeup ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    everything is tarted up to some degree. and its not just photography either; how many women do you know that leave home without makeup ?
    You are from Sydney don't you mean men?

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    lmao...you have a point !
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    Some nice shots in there. HUGE rig shots he has going on too. I wonder how long of a pole he used for some of those. 30-40 feet? Monstrous.
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    Great shots, the shot of the Renault in the rain is spectacular! Hell, they're all spectacular, that one just stood out to me more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    wonderful site. although the load times really got on my damn nerves.
    our very own marius is just as good imo.
    Seconded, and I think I'd go one step further and say Marius is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcon View Post
    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.
    I guess I just had photography wrong. I am a pessimist when it comes to certain things, and this appears to be one of them.

    Automotive photography is 80% of my shooting. I will just have to keep trying and start using some post processing applications.

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