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  1. #16
    Photo of the month: October 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy348 View Post
    Tell me, how is it?

    My dads thinking of getting one, but I believe its only available in a 5 speed auto.

    A friend of mine brought his onto the Nurburgring and went flat out, apparently its great and rivals his Viper easily.
    I love it to be honest. It is big and heavy, but the power is nice and I have not stopped getting looks all over the place. People literally stopping and getting out of their cars at red lights to take a look/ask me about it. There are 6 Speed manuals starting to trickle out to the dealers from what I understand.

    Also, I would not compare this to the Viper as the Viper is in a completely different class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattlike View Post
    I love it to be honest. It is big and heavy, but the power is nice and I have not stopped getting looks all over the place. People literally stopping and getting out of their cars at red lights to take a look/ask me about it. There are 6 Speed manuals starting to trickle out to the dealers from what I understand.

    Also, I would not compare this to the Viper as the Viper is in a completely different class.
    That's awesome. The thing I really like about it is that it wasn't built to try and be a Ferrari or a Lamborghini, and its more a compliment to engineering than it is a challenge.

    Really great. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for answering the questions.

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  3. #18
    Photo of the month: October 2008
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    Lighthouse



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    First fisheye lens shot. Shot with a Sigma 8mm Fisheye f/3.5.

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    Awesome shot fiasco. I will have to say you have some guts though. Maybe its just me,but i get so nervous shooting models with a fish eye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gomez1018 View Post
    Awesome shot fiasco. I will have to say you have some guts though. Maybe its just me,but i get so nervous shooting models with a fish eye.
    Thanks gomez!!

    What's there to be nervous about? I figure I'll try something new and see if it works, if it doesn't work then I've lost nothing, if it works I get shots like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiasco View Post
    Thanks gomez!!

    What's there to be nervous about? I figure I'll try something new and see if it works, if it doesn't work then I've lost nothing, if it works I get shots like this.
    So true, i guess for me its more of a fear that I will fall in love with the shot, while the model hates the way the fisheye distorts her/him. Maybe one of those times my thinking is getting in the way of just shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gomez1018 View Post
    So true, i guess for me its more of a fear that I will fall in love with the shot, while the model hates the way the fisheye distorts her/him. Maybe one of those times my thinking is getting in the way of just shooting.
    Yeah, but, what if the model falls in love with the shot too? She definitely loved with this shot!

    Just go for it! It would be a shame not to try something potentially good when you already have a beautiful model in front of you.
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    Took this of my new pal.


    Natural gloss and reflection.

    Taken on the 10th

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostshadow View Post
    Took this of my new pal.


    Natural gloss and reflection.

    Taken on the 10th
    I really like the new MacBook Pros... except for the glossy screen. That will really suck for photo editing. So I'll probably get one like yours too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiasco View Post
    First fisheye lens shot. Shot with a Sigma 8mm Fisheye f/3.5.

    It almost looks like the model isn't even affected by the fish eye. It kinda just looks like she's leaning toward the camera. Its a great shot.

  12. #27
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    Sorry I'm late- I was having some "trouble" posting.


    Here is mine:



  13. #28
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    Here's one I took using my iPhone whilst in the back of a black cab in London the other day, The black lines are the lines in the window but I think it looks pretty good

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    Looks good, MrChris!
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    I don't have a really nice photography camera or anything (Powershot SD550), but I really liked this shot I took over the summer, which I recently did some editing to.



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