Long and Lean

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Long and Lean

Post by travis_cooper on Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:27 am


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My pride, my joy, my lean mean cruizin machine.

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Re: Long and Lean

Post by toocooljuls on Mon Aug 04, 2008 3:00 pm

It looks nice but I'm not sure what kind of car it is? I just try to figure out the very interesting rock formation in front. Dont mean to take away from your pride and joy its a nice car.

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Re: Long and Lean

Post by theshyone on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:04 pm

looks like a 1985 corvette

this photo angle totally shows the long and lean look of the car

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Re: Long and Lean

Post by coolbeans on Tue Aug 05, 2008 2:42 pm

I would guess a late 70's corvette but definately not an expert on corvettes. Love the lines of the corvettes though. I am a beginner to photography and have yet to take a class so what I am saying maybe totally wrong but I wonder if you had the back end really clear like you do but panned your camera or blurred the background if that would have accentuated the long lean look. I really don't see long and lean in that angle.

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Re: Long and Lean

Post by kirvesrinta on Wed Aug 06, 2008 1:36 pm

I would have cropped the picture a lot more, to the point that you get rid of the distracting background. Or show the entire car. I find the framing distracting. Or maybe take the picture along the side of the car your camera almost touching the car. That would accentuate the longness.

These comments definitely don't take away from that fact that you have a really cool car!

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