marvinborst
marvinborst

woody_reflection1



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GigiJim08 PRO+
 
GigiJim08 December 09, 2014
Great reflection.
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GigiJim08 December 09, 2014
Congratulations on your Award!
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ovosphotography May 04, 2015
like it!
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moremdm May 24, 2015
Outrageous composition! Love that it's B/W!

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in Waterloo, NY during a town wide classic car show. I love getting out and shooting these cars at every angle I can think of.
Time
This particular photo was taken about 2 in the afternoon.
Lighting
When I'm shooting car shows I just work with the natural light. It can be very exciting to go through the shots and see what has happened as the result of the conditions of the day, was it sunny, overcast, etc. It was very sunny on this
Equipment
I shot this with my Nikon D40, no tripod or flash.
Inspiration
Typically I'm looking for something of interest, it can be the chrome or finish or angle or uniqueness of the car or subject. In this case I was drawn to the reflection of the other car on both the hubcap and side of the car.
Editing
Mainly just converting the image to black and white, and sharpening the image.
In my camera bag
I travel light! Just the Nikon D40 and two lens, 18-55 and 55-200.
Feedback
Look for items of interest when shooting classic cars. They tend to have a ton of chrome and reflective paint jobs, and shooting from all angles can give you rewarding results.

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