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It was my first attempt at night shots and I had no tripod. So the night shots are blurry, and I think I should play with the camera to get more shutter length right? I'm a newb when it comes to taking good pictures. I'd love some tips and tricks from you experts out there!

Also, dont mind the ugly exhaust, i've got a Greddy 4" going on along with fuel and AEM soon, hopefully. Let me know what you think guys...

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very nice pics..car looks real sweet! :bigthumb:

less original plate though...cmon, seems like everyone doing that these days, at least one in every stage has a Supra with that tag.... :freak:
 

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TsopranoIS300 said:
very nice pics..car looks real sweet! :bigthumb:

less original plate though...cmon, seems like everyone doing that these days, at least one in every stage has a Supra with that tag.... :freak:
maybe you're jealous because the same is not true for your car... :stickpoke :blah:
 

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TsopranoIS300 said:
very nice pics..car looks real sweet! :bigthumb:

less original plate though...cmon, seems like everyone doing that these days, at least one in every stage has a Supra with that tag.... :freak:

LOL, yea.....i've had the plate for 3 years or so now, it's time for a change. I agree with you, don't worry. :)
 

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Looks nice man. Like you said, the night pics need improvement but the car looks sweet and clean for the most part. I'm liking those rims and the stealthy look.

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Is it truly as flawless as it looks? I'm in love.. :eek2:
 

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I have an erection now. Thanks a lot... :wackit:
 

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Very nice pictures :) Is that stock red paint? It looks more orangish than mine does? Just wondering, maybe it's just the light.
It's just the way the sun is on it, it was setting right above that building. If you look at the picture of the front of the car you can see the sun isn't on it directly and it's deeper. The sun does alot to the factory color, mine is RR, but not original paint haha.

Thanks for the compliments guys. MDSuperStar, pretty much... :) :bigthumb:
 

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Those are modified Do-Luck sides.

I have a pair for sale if anyone is interested...
 

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For the night pics, as you mentionned, a tripod and a more lenghty shutter time will take care of everything! :)

Sunset pics are very cool. Car looks hella clean!

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It was my first attempt at night shots and I had no tripod. So the night shots are blurry, and I think I should play with the camera to get more shutter length right? I'm a newb when it comes to taking good pictures. I'd love some tips and tricks from you experts out there!
by no means i'm an expert in photography!

get a tripod and mess with aperture and the shutter speed. more ap in low light conditions. fast shutter lets you capture fast situations.

just play around with it awhile and have some fun.
 

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As everyone said, the first step to the night photography is the tripod.
Once you have the tripod, since you will be using one, turn the ISO down.
The ISO down will force you to up the SHutter speed to capture proper light, but if your using a tripod you can use the shutter open for 40 seconds if you need to.
When the ISO is down you will have less noise.
Another thing you can mess with is Aperture. The Aperture controlls how much of the background is in focus. If you notice, alot of professional photographers, when taking images of bugs or a flower or something liek that they will have the background blurred. It is a pretty cool affect, the way they do that is with a very low aperture.
The lower the aperture the less in focus the background will be.
If you want everything to be in focus, You want to put the aperture as high as possible. Howver, the higher the aperture, the slower the shutter must be to capture the right amount of light.
So if your in a dark area and you want to use ISO 100 with an aperture of 32 you may not be able to depending on the camera so you may have to bump the iso up a little bit.

Theres your photography lesson in a nutshell :p

By the way the car looks great. It was nice to see what it came out to be after all the step by step photos Stef showed us.
Good Luck
 
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