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Offline T0M722


  • Joined: Jan 2011

  • Location: Melbourne
Thanks everyone! Very much appreciated! :p



Carpark/warehouse shots are best when you exploit the openness of the location, ie making the subject kind of a background thing.


Indeed, good advice. Its something that i gotta try soon, to show more of the background/location rather than filling 7/10ths of the frame with car.

Quote from: dkabab
great shots, love the lighting

Thanks, it means a lot!

Some more:
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Up Close and Personal by T0M722, on Flickr

Not sure why the quality is so poor on this one? It's resized it to upload faster, maybe that's the problem.
:)



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