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I like that, I never would have thought to do that.I just remembered a really good tip for shooting at night that you all should know, but it really only works well if you have a buddy with you.
When taking a picture of your car at night/in the dark, dont leave the headlights on, it will usually look terrible and look like they're super bright. But, if you have a buddy, have him get in the car and quickly turn on the lights for like a 1/2 second while you take a long exposure. This way, the headlights are on like you wanted and you can still see the surrounding car.
Mazda's got a color that looks a lot like that, actually.The car is actually red, but you can thank photoshop for that.
Also, what kind of camera do you have? Not saying you need an $800 SLR and a $1500 lens, but if you're using some cheapie point and shoot, your pictures aren't going to come out very good.
Where were these taken at?Canon A570IS, goes for about $150 locally. (HDR)
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/mistayuck/524523034/" title="Sunset Bay Brick by Mista Yuck, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm1.static.flickr.com/227/524523034_3f2fc7502c.jpg" width="500" height="374" alt="Sunset Bay Brick" /></a>
Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT (Pseudo HDR from RAW)
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/mistayuck/825619774/" title="Bay Brick by Mista Yuck, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1077/825619774_db06e3ab39.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="Bay Brick" /></a>