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Old 06-13-2007, 02:03 AM   #69
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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?

Comments please!
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

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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