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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:
Image: Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera Double Shoot
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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