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March 19, 2014
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March 19, 2014
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A day at the beach….
It looks like it’s gotten a bad sunburn.

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March 19, 2014
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Nice post processing Muneer. Would have been great to see some tight close-ups of
the airbrushing details that were on this truck as I’m sure the artwork is amazing!
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March 20, 2014
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Thanks Mandrake & Dale,

 

nikonguy said
Nice post processing Muneer. Would have been great to see some tight close-ups of
the airbrushing details that were on this truck as I’m sure the artwork is amazing!
Dale.

 

Dale, honestly, I noticed the beauty of Artwork just after reading your comment, its really amazing, thank for notifying the sameSmile

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March 20, 2014
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I’d be afraid to park close to other vehicles just to avoid anyone scratching it lol!!!
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March 20, 2014
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nikonguy said
I’d be afraid to park close to other vehicles just to avoid anyone scratching it lol!!!
Dale.Smile

hmm….Smile

 

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Cool pictures, Muneer! You just need to straighten your horizons a bit. #1 would be my favorite. I like the composition – rule of thirds and the fact that you have some subjects balancing the photo on the right. I might leave some more space from the right as it is on #2, but without cropping of the top and bottom. Also the angle on #1 and #2 showcase the track the best. Post-processing is great too. In #3 horizon is too in the middle and you can’t see too many details of the track because of darkness and angle. 

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It’s probably my old eyes, but I really don’t see all this artwork that everybody’s talking about.

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I’m with you Mandrake…

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easyexposure said
Cool pictures, Muneer! You just need to straighten your horizons a bit. #1 would be my favorite. I like the composition – rule of thirds and the fact that you have some subjects balancing the photo on the right. I might leave some more space from the right as it is on #2, but without cropping of the top and bottom. Also the angle on #1 and #2 showcase the track the best. Post-processing is great too. In #3 horizon is too in the middle and you can’t see too many details of the track because of darkness and angle. 

 

Thank you so much Oksana for the detailed analyze also henceforth I will take care the straightening the
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