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I'm glad you guys like the shots. :danbanna

LUW: Many thanks for your thoughts about the first shot. :cheers

Here's one more picture that's a little sharper on the "business end" of the car. My desired focus on the rear wheel through which the power from the powerful engine is laid down on the asphalt.



I like this shot because of the contour on the front hood.

 

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If you like the yellow GT40 Concept, you might just like the red one too. :giggle I really do have to find myself the white/blue one and maybe even the Gulf coloured one!





 

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StygianMax said:
Here's one more picture that's a little sharper on the "business end" of the car. My desired focus on the rear wheel through which the power from the powerful engine is laid down on the asphalt.
Impressive! If you could eliminate that flare spot over the rear wheel I would consider this to a be professional studio job. :nicejob
 

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LUW said:
StygianMax said:
Here's one more picture that's a little sharper on the "business end" of the car. My desired focus on the rear wheel through which the power from the powerful engine is laid down on the asphalt.
Impressive! If you could eliminate that flare spot over the rear wheel I would consider this to a be professional studio job. :nicejob
Thanks for your constructive feedback Luciano. :cheers You raise a very good point there. I think I might just be able to PhotoShop that glare out.
 

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SM you mean this one?! :danbanna

That's the one!!! Thanks for posting that CX! :cheers Now I wonder if someone has a Gulf GT40 to post up? :confused
 

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StygianMax said:
LUW said:
StygianMax said:
Here's one more picture that's a little sharper on the "business end" of the car. My desired focus on the rear wheel through which the power from the powerful engine is laid down on the asphalt.
Impressive! If you could eliminate that flare spot over the rear wheel I would consider this to a be professional studio job. :nicejob
Thanks for your constructive feedback Luciano. :cheers You raise a very good point there. I think I might just be able to PhotoShop that glare out.
Hope you don't mind me shopping your pics Felix :giggle :cheers
 
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