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My red s15 photoshoot :D

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first photo is cool, I suggest looking into some lens correction to fix the warping.

 

Its only a slight adjustment but something like this.

10 sec job, if you do it properly it would work better.

I added some seriously basic adjustment layers but you get the idea.

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Nice pics. Autech? :)

 

I love red s15's. Almost got one myself then I settled for yellow.

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ah i see, thanks for that ill let my mate know haha. it's a jdm spec s :)

 

Are you allowed to have a turbo car on P plates or under 21? Not exactly sure on the laws but I was under the impression P-platers or under 21's can't have a turbo or v8. Maybe I'm wrong.

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ah i see, thanks for that ill let my mate know haha. it's a jdm spec s :)

 

Are you allowed to have a turbo car on P plates or under 21? Not exactly sure on the laws but I was under the impression P-platers or under 21's can't have a turbo or v8. Maybe I'm wrong.

nah the jdm spec s' came N/A :)

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first photo is cool, I suggest looking into some lens correction to fix the warping.

 

Its only a slight adjustment but something like this.

10 sec job, if you do it properly it would work better.

I added some seriously basic adjustment layers but you get the idea.

 

on both versions there is a powerpole that leans to the left which is distracting and cant be fixed well unless your really good at free transform or puppet warping.

 

i dare say its more a problem of using a wide angle lens close to the car which causes barrel distortion. it can be fixed using photoshop, but you can also not have the problem to begin with by choosing a more telephoto lens and moving back away from your subject more.

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That power pole is super easy to fix. Would take about 20 seconds...

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