PESO: Mazda 626

Miserere miserere at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 00:24:03 EDT 2009


I agree with the others: More light on the car, and get shots from
every side. As someone who's bought a used car from Craigslist, I can
tell you good pics will get you a lot more interest.

Cheers,


 --M.


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2009/10/11 John Sessoms <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com>:
> From: "Ken Waller"
>>
>> Unless you're trying to hide some badly done body work I'd suggest you
>> lighten this up a bit.
>>
>> If I was interested in the car I'd also like a 3/4 shot showing the front
>> along with the side.
>
> Thanks. That's what I needed to know.
>
> Back to the drawing board.
>
> Brightness, contrast & color shifted when I tried to convert to SRGB for the
> web. I think I understand color space, I just haven't figured out how to
> make it work properly yet.
>
> I've got a head on shot from the same place, hadn't bothered working it up
> until I found out how this one was going to work out. I meant to get a 3/4
> view, but forgot it dealing with the other problems I had.
>
> I'll try again in the morning. If I get up before dawn, maybe I can get some
> shots in using skylight to give a soft, non-specular light.
>
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