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Hindsight 20/20

By Z_Driver
Another shot I did of my car. This time I pointed the camera the other direction to see what would happen. It's a shot like this that makes me wish my car was a vibrant color like Hellrot Red or Dakar Yellow instead of Boston Green which almost looks black when not in direct sunlight. I think it would really give this picture a much needed pop to attract attention.

Anyway I have to give a big thanks to member BenF for running along side the car and tripping the shutter. For all the folks across the pond I'm on the correct side of the road for the United States in case it looks strange to you.

Tags: Car Dynamic Transport Specialist and abstract M3 Bmw Sports and action

Voters: SandraKay, funkeldink, danbrann and 9 more


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danbrann 15 640 17
27 Jun 2007 11:37AM
Well thought out and a very good image.

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27 Jun 2007 12:21PM
Brilliantly done! I don't think I would be hanging my pride and joy out of the car to take a pic, knowing my luck I would either drop it or something would hit it.

Mick.
ambro 14 68 United Kingdom
27 Jun 2007 1:21PM
great panning and good colours. nice idea.
field 12 Wales
27 Jun 2007 1:54PM
Like the colour and lines again. Very well done.
Phil
User_Removed 15 17.9k 8 Norway
27 Jun 2007 4:47PM
Very good Chris. Indeed, excellent. Appreciate your comments on my 'Tank' but I would LOVE to know how you do this type of shot!

Mike
Psin 14 66 England
27 Jun 2007 6:49PM
Great Capture!!!
Pete
SuperRoo 12 63 2 Australia
29 Jun 2007 12:14PM
I think I like this more than the other shot!!! However I think you are wrong about the colour of the car... to me, the dark green colour helps balance the shot against the bright road lines and sunset. What I would do however, is crop the LH edge back to where the sill mould intersects with the botom of the picture, as that bit doesn't add anything to the image IMO.

Paul

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