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Redondo Beach, US
Parked my 350 Z at Target this morning, and saw an opportunity to shoot it, so I did.
#1. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 0
Covered parking at a Target?? coolI like the shot, kind of a grunge effect.
#3. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 1
Thanks! Yah, the newer Targets they build round here have covered parking. But not a lot of people park in it.
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#2. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 0
Very nicely done, gives the car a powerful look. I drove a 280 Z for about 11 years. It was a great car.
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#4. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 2
Thank you. The 280 is nice too. Specially when its fixed up the right way.
#5. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 0
Hi, did you do HDR on this file.
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#6. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 5
No HDR, I just bumped up the sharpness, collor balance, curves and level. Just the basic stuff.
#7. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 0
Very nice! What would you think of cropping out the bright light at the top?
#8. "RE: Z 350" | In response to Reply # 7
Hi Kent, I tried doing that but it looks weird with just those two lights showing. Ill try to post it in a bit