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Old 05-02-2012, 09:57 PM
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Cars & Coffee v.4.28 *opinions please!*

So, lately I've been getting more "artistic" with my shots and doing lots of close-ups, black & whites, and "aerial" shots. I'd like to know what you guys think of that. Should I continue? Or tone it down a bit and keep it to mostly "Normal" shots?

As to the show...what can I say? Once again we had an excellent array of cars and the weather was PERFECT. This is probably one of my favorite sets of shots that I've ever taken. I said "wow" out loud while editing some of these shots, which is saying a lot because I've taken so many shots at this point that it's hard to amaze my self. As I was editing I kept thinking in a Steve Erkel voice "Did I do that?!"

My favorite cars from the show where the Mercedes Benz 200A Cabriolet which was brought over from the Mercedes Benz Classic Center, and the Jaguar V12 Powered Hot Rod. The crowd favorite was the Brabus SLS AMG. Which was your favorite car from this weekends set? Which was your favorite shot?

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Old 05-02-2012, 09:58 PM
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Old 05-02-2012, 10:00 PM
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As always you guys may enjoy all the pics by going to: CNCpics.com or simply clicking on one of the pics above.

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Old 05-04-2012, 06:00 AM
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The Douche Bag!

This kid did...attempted to do...a burn out in his Civic as he was leaving the C&C lot. NOBODY was impressed


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What type of car is this? The wheels look like 90's Corvette wheels, but the front end channels Ford in the 50's. Paint Job says newer than 1990. I'm all over the place!




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I hate it when this happens!!! The light hits the car in such a way it looks like you have mismatched paint!
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Old 05-04-2012, 09:29 PM
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What type of car is this? The wheels look like 90's Corvette wheels, but the front end channels Ford in the 50's. Paint Job says newer than 1990. I'm all over the place!






I hate it when this happens!!! The light hits the car in such a way it looks like you have mismatched paint!
It's an "Avanti" it is based on a 90's Camaro. Newer ones are based on a Mustang.

Yeah, I saw that Benz again on Sunday and couldn't see the mismatch.
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Old 05-05-2012, 09:25 AM
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The Douche Bag!

This kid did...attempted to do...a burn out in his Civic as he was leaving the C&C lot. NOBODY was impressed


Ha can you blame the guy lol.. His car is so mad tyte JDM yo! He had to prove that it was faster than anything there ha.
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