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    Car shoot

    Car shoot
    D750 + Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC(rented to try before buying)


    Looking for feedback on composition, and post processing.

    g+053 by GlebZ, on Flickr


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    Last edited by glebulon; 11-28-2016 at 04:18 AM.
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      • 3
        • Center of Interest

        • 2
          • Color Balance

          • 3
            • Composition

            • 4
              • Lighting

              • 3
                • Print Presentation

                • 4
                  • Story Telling

                  • 3
                    • Style

                    • 3
                      • Subject Matter

                      • 3
                        • Technical excellence

                        • 4
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                          • 3
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                            Re: Car shoot

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