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BMW 5 series Sedan vs Touring

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I took some photos of my friend models..

Both models are amazing, Kyosho did a great job here :cheers

Touring- Orient Blue
Sedan- Mystic Blue

enjoy the photos....

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very nice pair up... wouldn;t it be wild if BMW made an M5 Touring? hehehe
touring is great nice pics :cheers :cheers
:coolpics MustangEleanor!

The detail of the Kyosho 5er is mightily impressive.

nice models and great pics :coolpics

I shall be getting the 5 touring myself soon and can't wait!

Fantastic pictures also!
Thank you guys!!
Glad you liked the photos... :cheers

I will upload some more photos of great models belong to my friends!!
Very nice! I was going to give my dad a 530i sedan model, but I doesn't exsist in the excact same color combo as his :cry
Very nice Alon!

I don't know if you have access to photoediting software like Photoshop. It's great to edit pictures. Here's what I was able to do very quickly to make the colours of your cars show up more vividly.
I must have accidentally done something as every time someone replies to this message I get an email. :WTF

I have tried to follow the instructions in the email, but have not succeeded. Any help would be appreciated. :giggle :cheers
This is great!!
When I took the photos at my friend place, there wasn't good light as I have here..so we gave the photos more light in Photoshop..but both of us don't know very well how to edit..
this is amazing what you did with the photos..!
Thanks for the kind words Alon. I really didn't do much. In Photoshop version 7, here are the sequence of key combinations I pressed:

Control+Shift+Alt+L (Auto Contrast)
Control+Shift+L (Auto Level)
Control+Shift+B (Auto Colour)

Usually, they 3 combinations do a really good job of making the colours vivid. Sometimes it does not work so well and I have to manually adjust them. In addition, what looks really good on my wife's LCD display does not look so colourful on an older tube type monitor (Cathode Ray Tube). So I adjust my colours on a CRT so on a not-so-good display, the colours still look good. On an LCD screen, it should look even better.
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