Interior Wall

© Brian K. Upton

Interior Wall

Uploaded: October 09, 2007

Description

Sigma 70-200mm EX F2.8 @ 135mm
1/6 @ F10
ISO 100
Cir. Pol. filter
Gitzo 1348 CF tripod
Monfrotto 3039 head
Interior image burned into wall using PS CS3


Comments

Jeffrey A. Borowiak November 10, 2007

Hi Brian. If I was in the market for a BMW I would buy it because of the photo. Nice use of PS. I'm glad that a auto photo club was stared. Jeff #783176

Brian K. Upton November 11, 2007

Thanks Jeff. This shoot was taken for a feature in Modified Luxury & Eotics. They did not use this perticular shot though. But then, the RAW file did not look near this good either. #5057860

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