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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by S38P, Aug 16, 2008.
i hope you enjoy the photos...
thats all for now but will shoot new ones soon...
Awesome pics mate!
Did you do them yourself? What camera was used?
Ahhh, great pic's - best colour
Awesome pics mate.
Some really good detailed pics there, the interior ones are stunning.
thank you all for the nice compliments...
camera is Canon 400D and yes i did the photoshop work..
Some proper classy shots there. why cant audi put something similar in a brochure rather than the tat they do use.
Best colour btw
Great car most say..
Photos look amazing, really stand out
great camera skills and photoshop skills
Awesome pics mate!
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didnt see if there is EXIF, what lens(es) did you use? A bit offtopic, but can you give some detail on what you did to get the shots to the way they are?
Superb pics!! Really impressive.
Great pic's and lovely car :icon_thumright:
Love the wheels too, I'm currently looking for a A3 3.2 DSG and had thought I'd get those very wheels when I find the right car.
I had to read that about 10 times to realise you meant those.
I'll leave now!
if you save the photos you should be able to reach to exif via properties..
shortly; i used canon 50mm f/1.2 and canon 17-40mm f/4
i edited all the photos on PS.. it will take quite long writing to explain all the details but i can say i mainly use "brightness and contrast" "levels"
"color balance" "dodging and burning"...
thanx a lot r u from Turkey?
Kazasız belasız :icon_thumright:
a couple of new ones for you;
Great shots (and good weather- 30 degrees C you lucky git!).
Seriously though I would love someone to start a thread on how to get shots like this... I have a canon Eos 350D (similar to the 400) and my pics just look like nice quality compact camera pics!. Have no clue what exif is, have shot RAW a couple of times so understand white balance a bit...
Who's up for a photo/photoshop lesson then!?..
thanx mate but weather gets too hot here and humidity is very high so i am not sure if i am lucky or not lol..
for the exif, its a data that contians the shooting properties like camera brand, lens type, ISO, metering, focus, aperture, shutter speed, etc... you can reach these exif datas with; right click on a file Properties/summary/advanced
RAW is useless unless you shoot for pro applications.. what RAW does is it records all the data to the file without any compression so it becomes more flexable when it comes to retouching. you can make a file B&W or Color or sepia without sacrifying from quality. if you do major changes to a jpeg file it looses the quality...
but i can say that if you are not shooting for professional applications its just filling your harddisk with garbage... i shot the photos above with medium resolution and fine quality and they are all JPEG...
i only shoot RAW when i cant decide to shoot Color or B&W..
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two new ones...