Even the best-laid plains can, and often do, fail.
Disappointed to find just this solitary 2015 Mustang at the 50th Anniversary celebration, I decided to photograph it from every angle I could secure amid the huge throng of the crowd.
150 photos and a week later, I am home slapping my forehead at the shoddiness of these results. These are not good photos, guys, and I really apologize.
Learned a few things:
- Messing with DSLR Nikon settings is done at your own risk
- Lighting is everything
- Reviewing photos in detail is needed while still able to reshoot everything.
Alas, I can only try harder next time.
These have already been through many batches of automated processes in Photoshop - but are still just pretty dismal. My apologies.
The car? Looks really fantastic in person. It does still carry a very short wheelbase and some long overhangs front and back, but that is just a Mustang trait these days.
No sighting of the LEDs in the nose, but I am glad the 0///!\\\0 headlight shape is different from the current =0!0= shape.
Without this piece of updated style, the car is somewhat easy to mistake as the 2014 Mustang on first glance...