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View Poll Results: Vote here for the August 2013, JK of the Month.
Breitling 2 2.35%
BlackOpsRubi 20 23.53%
cosmicbluejk 7 8.24%
Donny90yj 5 5.88%
David_M 28 32.94%
06bluebeast 6 7.06%
Filthy-Beast 17 20.00%
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post #31 of 64 Old 08-30-2013, 11:52 AM
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Are you saying regular Jeep having no choice to win unless they are looking as monster trucks? If you are submitting photos you should at least work on it a little, that is my opinion. I don't care who will win, I can't see horrible shots.
According to the poll it looks like 1 person agrees with you. Wait, that's probably your vote.

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post #32 of 64 Old 08-30-2013, 12:16 PM
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According to the poll it looks like 1 person agrees with you. Wait, that's probably your vote.

Like I care?

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post #33 of 64 Old 08-30-2013, 01:08 PM
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Fwiw, you're handier with your camera than I am with mine. Cool pics, I'm trying to get better with mine.

Are you using filters/editing software of any kind?
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post #34 of 64 Old 08-30-2013, 03:39 PM
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Some shots are horribly overexposed and no control on composition and horizontal/vertical alignment. My opinion - people should focus on photo, not on story ...
Breitling, you have a nice jeep and do some great post production work, the EXIF data was stripped so I could not see what equipment you use. They appear to be HDR photos that blended multiple exposures, nice touch. The crowd here likes action shots. Take that bad boy out on some trails and post those shots.

I'd love to have magazine cover worthy shots of me off-roading but that's hard to do for a few reasons:
I'm driving so I'm not take the photos but getting photos from someone else.
The groups I wheel with would rather drive than stop for photo shoots.
I'm off-roading so I'm not taking my 5D and L series glass on the trail, typically a cell phone or cheap point and shoot.

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Afternoon vote for the brown 4dr.
I think you mean my black one covered in Mud, thanks!

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I think you mean my black one covered in Mud, thanks!
Yup , good luck!
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I think everyone put it perfectly. **** pictures a good build with a good story is what im after. Its hard to get good action shots on the trail unless you have a camera guy, and even our camera guy rarely wants to get out when the trail gets any bit fun. Unually only when hes spotting or I ask for a quick pic

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I do think that a good composed shot would make a difference, only when the jeeps are more or less equally build. Guess most people here have instagrams and without having to learn **** about photography we can try out filters and use the coolest looking shot; however, when this is about jeeps and off roading, using filters seems fake/ unreal whatever u wanna call it. The beauty of that moment is sacred and should remain raw and only feels right when it is natural. This is just my opinion

Ps : I also think Jeep in mud looks sexy
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Breitling, you have a nice jeep and do some great post production work, the EXIF data was stripped so I could not see what equipment you use. They appear to be HDR photos that blended multiple exposures, nice touch.
Nothing to do with HDR, but even if it is how is it changing anything? In my opinion shot "Jeep the month" should have good or excellent look. Shot itself not just Jeep. Getting monster tires and dip them into mud should not be main criteria here I possibly like only one shot from all set, besides mine made by cosmicbluejk, so my vote for him.

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Fwiw, you're handier with your camera than I am with mine. Cool pics, I'm trying to get better with mine.

Are you using filters/editing software of any kind?
Thanks, Photoshop and several different filters on top.

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Nothing to do with HDR, but even if it is how is it changing anything? In my opinion shot "Jeep the month" should have good or excellent look. Shot itself not just Jeep. Getting monster tires and dip them into mud should not be main criteria here I possibly like only one shot from all set, besides mine made by cosmicbluejk, so my vote for him.
Slow down don't get all hurt. I wasn't knocking you, your jeep or the photos. I said I liked the HDR effect, even if you didn't use multiple exposures it's still has high dynamic range. Nobody said the most built or dirtiest jeep wins, look at last month's contest, Brandon won and he did not have the most built or dirtiest jeep. He did have a great action shot with wheel in the air, good exposure, focus, rule of thirds etc.

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Nothing to do with HDR, but even if it is how is it changing anything? In my opinion shot "Jeep the month" should have good or excellent look. Shot itself not just Jeep. Getting monster tires and dip them into mud should not be main criteria here I possibly like only one shot from all set, besides mine made by cosmicbluejk, so my vote for him.

Get off your high horse.

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Holy **** show. I'll wait until the end to vote.
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