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    Re: Critique this please

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnFrench View Post
    Your license plate number easily leads to your true full name, date of birth, address and any other vehicles registered to you.
    Do you cover your plate while you drive your car so folks can't find you? If it makes you comfortable cover the plate, me I'm not worried. Thanks for the explanation.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Enzo View Post
      Thanks guys. Yes the yellow tint was intentional.
      Why? I was not feeling the WB being so off...
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      Quote Originally Posted by ShootRaw View Post
      Why? I was not feeling the WB being so off...
      It reminded me of an old Toyota ad. The FJ being retro, it just worked. I'll post a few others that were taken that night. Thanks for all the feedback, I needed a pros point of view.
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      I am also distracted by the yellow tint... and I have a hard time sorting out what the central focus of the picture is supposed to be. The vehicle? Would like to see it larger. The carrier on top? Same. The ability to travel deep into the forest? Perhaps a bit more rugged feel, or a wider view of ongoing wilderness... maybe a bit of the campsite already set up behind the vehicle, or something. One thing for sure, I sure wouldn't mind being out in a remote location with a chance to shoot wildlife and landscapes right now. This cube world is eating me alive!

      It may just be the yellow tint, though. As far as the sharpness of the pic, and the exposure, both seem spot on.

      Don't take my opinion worth much more than a grain of salt though, as everyone has a different "eye". In fact, I usually don't comment on pics, but the title definitely speaks your wish for opinions on this one.
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      Re: Critique this please

      Quote Originally Posted by Enzo View Post
      It reminded me of an old Toyota ad. The FJ being retro, it just worked. I'll post a few others that were taken that night. Thanks for all the feedback, I needed a pros point of view.
      With this in mind, maybe try with some of the vintage or sepia presets out there instead? Curious to see how those would turn out.
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      Thanks Pretzel. The thing on the roof is a Maggiolina roof top tent in case anyone was curious.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Enzo View Post
      Thanks Pretzel. The thing on the roof is a Maggiolina roof top tent in case anyone was curious.
      Ahh, made me look it up, and I have to say I'm somewhat enamored with the idea. Thanks for the info! I've only dealt with the pull behind pop-up, but that is a new concept I'll have to look in to for future trips.
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      Quote Originally Posted by crashton View Post
      Do you cover your plate while you drive your car so folks can't find you? If it makes you comfortable cover the plate, me I'm not worried. Thanks for the explanation.
      You can certainly state your opinion, mine was given in good faith to protect the OP as much as possible.
      As far as asking me if I cover my license plate, what does what I do personally have to do with it?
      I have tried to be neutral, but you seem bent on dragging the conversation to a personal level. This will be my last open post on this issue.
      Please be so kind to use a private message in the future if you find the need.
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