^^ Hot!!! That's what I'm looking for!
Wow! I haven’t seen a full service station in many decades. How much per gallon? More importantly, does she also wash and squeegee the windshield?I figured it out! Check out the shade and hue. How the Viola Bast just jumps off the screen. Distance and angle are all very important. I hope to be taking more soon.
Excellent shade AND hue.I figured it out! Check out the shade and hue. How the Viola Bast just jumps off the screen. Distance and angle are all very important. I hope to be taking more soon.
Good advice. It doesn’t have to be a crazy long lens. The other thing that helps with a long lens for some angles is getting as low to the ground as possible. I took these two from on the ground with a 75mm lens at f/2.The best tip I ever got was to take photos from a distance. I was always taking photos from as close to the car as possible. All this did was made the car look extremely rounded. When I started moving back to a distance and zooming in, it keeps the flat, wide, angular look of the car intact.
Curvature is called fish eye
Ordered a polarizing lens. Will attempt to capture the essence of the paint by playing with camera settings.It's not. If you get Verde Mantis, you get Verde Mantis, same with Viola Parsifae/Pasifae. The pearl in Verde Mantis is MUCH more subtle than the pearl in VP, so you won't see it except under direct sunlight, and it's most noticeable along the sun lit edges.
Nice, that was on my short list for the STO especially after I saw Tim Burton's spec. Viola Bast has an insane flake pattern.The flick of a switch….
I can’t stop trying to capture the essence. Comments I get about the color far outnumber any other comment or question.
Q: “What color is that?”
A: Lamborghini calls it Viola Bast, I call it Eternal Bliss
@Russk if this doesn’t convert you, I think hope is lost.