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I'm with carbon... Im feeling the night pics! :) I wouldn't change anything about the night pic. I dont even care for the messed up road, don't bother me.
 

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It totally depends on what you are using them for. If you are using them to show off your car I say do another photoshoot.

1. Too blurry and dull
2. Too busy, all the lighting is uneven and little too much.
3. Blurry, but the best out of the three

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1. learn to not take blurry shots

2. learn to use manual focus for exposure

3. learn to use faster exposure



after you learn all those....combine them together and call a photographer :hehe
 

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If you are really serious about shooting...

If you are serious about shooting cars as a hobby, or a profession, then I suggest you invest in a SLR camera that would give you more control so that you don't get those blurry results.

If you would like to learn a little more about automotive photography, then I would recommend joining us over at my new site, click the link in the sig.

sKiz

PS. Don't get discouraged, keep shooting, and shooting, and shooting....
 
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