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Old 11-06-2006, 10:07 PM   #10
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One more that's been mentioned a few times: STEP BACK AND ZOOM IN when taking a picture. It creates depth of field and also finds a more balanced angle of the car. (sometimes an unbalanced angle is what I'm looking for, but most of the time it's not...)

Examples of stepping back and zooming in:

Examples of staying up close fully zoomed out:

As you can probably see, in the last two the car looks a bit more awkward and stuff, while in the first two the angles are all-inclusive and seem a bit more visually appealing (to me anyway)...
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