Well i feel stupid, by 4 shot i thought you comped both cars in lol
You answer does seem quite logical though, looks better in the hi res
Thought I'd add this here, nothing too fancy.
Sharpen, adjusted the sky ( dropping exposure/highlights, bumping the temperature and contrast)
Used a brush on the car itself bumping the exposure and shadows up, finally taking the yellow reflections out from the front of the car.
Australian Motorsport and Car Culture...
Great thread!! One of the best ways to see
"You don't take a photograph, you make it. - Ansel Adams"
Great saves ITT
I have a bad habit of deleting photos right after i take them
Honestly thought the shots were correctly exposed at the time...
Remember to always shoot in raw!
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