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Here's another car I pinched off from SM Jr's shelf. There aren't enough superlatives to describe this beast. It's oozing with power and looks. The lines of the car are absolutely incredible.

The model is by Beanstalk. They've done a terrific job in designing and fabricating this.









 

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And you have done a terirfic job photoghraphing it :nicejob :cheers
 

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You've just made my day Felix, amazing shots!!! :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob

My favorite car, as you might have guessed :giggle
 

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Thanks for all the encouraging and kind words guys. I think photography is my "creative outlet". :giggle :giggle

FordGT said:
You've just made my day Felix, amazing shots!!! :nicejob :nicejob :nicejob

My favorite car, as you might have guessed :giggle
Justin: So glad you like the shots. I can understand why it'd be your favourite car, whether 1:18 or 1:1. :cheers
 

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Felix

Those are some really stunning shots!! I love how the vibrant yellow of the GT contrasts so nicely against the dark background. :nicejob

I have to say, my preference has always been for outdoor shots just because of the natural settings if nothing else. But seeing pics like yours & others here makes me want to try some indoor shots.

:cheers
 

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DetourDave said:
Felix

Those are some really stunning shots!! I love how the vibrant yellow of the GT contrasts so nicely against the dark background. :nicejob

I have to say, my preference has always been for outdoor shots just because of the natural settings if nothing else. But seeing pics like yours & others here makes me want to try some indoor shots.

:cheers
Thanks for your compliments Dave. :cheers What I do is look at pictures of 1:1 take by pros & see how they do their lighting. The "glamour pictures", if you want to call them that, tend to be really creative in using light to accentuate certain lines of the car. Some cars have features that really define them. I try to highlight those in some way using light and shadows. I'm not artsy by any stretch of the imagination so it's very much of a long learning process for me.

Funny, I really admire the high quality outdoor shots that so many people around here take. I keep on telling myself my cars need to get some fresh air once it warms up around. Then I can get some outdoor shots of them.
 
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