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Old 10-03-2012, 07:49 PM   #9641
Verdugo
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okay so this is an idea i've been thinking of and turns out i wasn't the first one. however i can't think of the proper background to replicate this shoot in.

so you would be shooting a mirror and hte car would be in the mirror but the background would be somethign relevantly simple as to make the car/mirror almost look like it belongs?

i dont want to do this in an empty parking lot, so any ideas or suggestions please help me out, i'm going to try to do this in the coming week once i find a mirror big enough at home depot

i'm just trying to get creative, i'm kind of tired of just shooting my car to be honest. i know i'm not that good but snapping the same angles all the time of the same thing and around here with the same locations i get uninspired.
Fantastic idea! But yeah, you definitely need a good background to match. You could even do a street scene of sorts and make it work, but a parking lot would be pretty blah I think.
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