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Old 06-13-2007, 01:03 AM   #69
Verdugo
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Originally Posted by 007WRX View Post
Read the write up and thought I would go and take some. This one is on a bit of an extreme angle but I really like how it turned out.

Also, I am getting some grain in the shots. How would I go about fixing this?





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The extreme angle is a bit extreme for my tastes, plus it's such a tight shot that I feel a little cramped. As for grain, that's noise from your camera. The way to solve this is to shoot at a low ISO and/or use a program like Noise Ninja to help get rid of it.

Also, be mindful of your surroundings...the sign in the background looks like it's growing out of the sunroof

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Originally Posted by infolepsy View Post
Thoughts? Getting the right exposure is tough.

I think a key part of what's making the exposure tough with this one is the time of day that you shot it. I can see there's a pretty bright spot on your front bumper, most likely from the sun? I'd say wait a few hours until close to sunset, then shoot with a tripod.
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