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Corvette in 'HDR'

This is a discussion on Corvette in 'HDR' within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Here are few shots I took of my car using HDR processing again. 3 bracketed exposures at -2, 0, +2 ...

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    Here are few shots I took of my car using HDR processing again.
    3 bracketed exposures at -2, 0, +2 processed in 'Photomatix'.
    'Av' mode @ F8, .. ISO 100, .. shot in 'Raw' format
    Canon 5DII....Sigma 12-24 lens....
    All comments are welcomed...








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    Ive got a buddy of mine moving up to tennesee from alabama. When I drive through Kentucky, Ill be stopping by to get some of my own pictures of that hunny. It is quite AH-SUM. Im sure you are pretty picky about your car, but it looks like the right exhaust pipe could use an adjustment. The only complaint about any of this. Great images and fabulous car. With all the exterior work, what kind of work have you done to the motor?
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    Great shots and very nice car! Looks very nice from the front quarter view. The only little complaint I see is the windshield in the 2nd pic is a little too bright, probably from a reflection. I'm not sure, but a circular polarizer might have help and reduced that to show the background behind it.

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    Very impressive!

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    Stunning shots and stunning looking car indeed. I understand the 'z06' now.

    Shot 2 looks blown out in the wheels and the sky lacks the punch you got in the other shots.

    The last shot didn't align quite right ... you can see the ghosting on the rear left panel.

    But frankly, who cares ... they look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjeling View Post
    Ive got a buddy of mine moving up to tennesee from alabama. When I drive through Kentucky, Ill be stopping by to get some of my own pictures of that hunny. It is quite AH-SUM. Im sure you are pretty picky about your car, but it looks like the right exhaust pipe could use an adjustment. The only complaint about any of this. Great images and fabulous car. With all the exterior work, what kind of work have you done to the motor?
    Thanks for the comments....
    Here's a shot of the engine compartment which is also airbrushed with flames.
    The motor is custom built with a big cam, heads, intake, and all forged internals with an output of 505 Rear Wheel Horsepower w/ 480 ft. lbs. torque...
    Let me know when you're in the area and we might could do a photo shoot of it...


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    Quote Originally Posted by z06-jim View Post
    Thanks for the comments....
    Here's a shot of the engine compartment which is also airbrushed with flames.
    The engine has been custom built with a big cam, heads, intake, and all forged internals with an output of 505 Rear Wheel Horsepower w/ 480 ft. lbs. torque...
    Let me know when you're in the area and we might could do a photo shoot of it...

    That's just insane .... in a hugely cool way!!

    Those are high hp/torque figures too.

    That thing is as big a beast on the strip as it looks!

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    This is awsum!!!!!!! I like this, I showed it to my husband and he drooled all over the keyboard.

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    Beautiful car, and great shots.
    That engine bay is insane!

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    I don't have anything to add to the critique, but I will say this:

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