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    GT6 Photos

    Version #002. Just incase the refuge forum posts can't be saved.

    May as well keep them all in one place, because this game can look bloody beautiful.

    One of the photomode locations (real place)


    Again, with the 'miniature' setting


    R32 GTS-25. Still a 'standard' model (ported from Gran Turismo 4 on PS2, but tidied up for GT6 on PS3) though, chur.


    Artsy shot


    Action shot


    Doing what Skylines do well. With only 200hp.
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    Photobucket has kindly arranged these photos in the wrong order, so start at the bottom and work up if you want to see the pics from start to finish.

    Last corner of the last lap, so had to get it sideways


    Passed the Viper


    Conrod straight at over 250 km/h (hit a max speed of about 316 km/h, but could very likely hit 320+


    About to pass Viper


    Now i can floor it :evillaugh:


    Oh hai


    Artsy...


    ...shots


    Look in ur mirrorz


    Peekaboo!


    Weee!


    Incase you didn't know what it was...


    No GT wing just yet, but its about the last visual mod i can do for now (apart from a big bore exhaust)


    Not parked, just max (or min?) shutter speed


    At 268 km/h in a 740hp Godzilla, this may happen to you too...


    Mt Panorama


    Dipping in to the Dipper


    Skyline at Skyline


    Nana car blocking the Jag and GT-R


    Traffic jam


    Not sure what the driver is looking at here, but since i was being held up by the Jaguar trying to get past the Mazda, maybe he was changing CD's or the radio station?


    About the eclipse the Eclipse (once the Jaguar gets past)


    Flying past this EVO VII like it was in reverse, seriously.


    "Okay everyone, please pull over the the side of the track as you're all going to get beaten anyway!"

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    My new favourite car in Gran Turismo. GT Wing is there to try replicate the Diablo GT-R.

    Fuzzy car


    Slightly breaking the traction limit while cornering.


    Diablo. Is nice.


    Sunsplosion


    Could fit a house under there


    Nice bum


    Cornering like a boss. But in a Lamborghini.


    How it would have looked before they invented colour


    Full frontal brutality


    Another photo


    And another one here

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    My nearly 900hp Supra. Still not frigging premium though.

    With other cars of the same class. Uh... actually...


    Feather the throttle, feather the throttle...


    Arty photo


    And another one. With a mini pic of the mountain.


    And some barriers


    All alone in the wilderness. Wonder how a turbo car would fare up at these heights in real life?


    Oh rally?


    Pointy


    Some cars with four wheels

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    Some of my 'street' cars;

    Mitsubishi Galant - despoilered, big rims and sacked



    Nissan 370 - bodykitted, big rims and sacked



    Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II - aero bodykit, not the biggest rims and not lowered too much (its my 'race' car)



    Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II NuR? (R34) - big rims, sacked



    RX-7 and RX-8



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    Mazda RX-7 (2002 model) - despoilered, big rims, sacked (haven't put a big bore exhaust on it yet)


    Mazda RX-8 - despoilered, big rims (original rim colour), sacked


    Mitsubishi Lancer EVO III GSR - big rims, sacked (funnily enough, i saw afterwards a photo of a pretty much identical one, ride height and wheel-look inclusive, on Facebook the other day )



    Honda Integra Type R - depoilered, big rims, lowered (full weight reduction done, ends up at about 905 kg's or something - very nimble, and prone to rollovers after hitting ripple strips when cornering. )



    Toyota Supra SZ-R - despoilered, big rims, sacked


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    Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec (R33) - big rims, sacked (midnight purple obviously, paint looks positively edible on the PS3 - horrible in this pic )



    Ford Mustang Cobra R - despoilered, big rims, sacked (700hp+, goes like a rocket )



    Lamborghini Diablo GT - standard (excluding GT wing - its still my favourite car in GT6 and have put more km's on it than any other car!)



    Toyota Supra RZ - big rims, lowered? (900hp or so, so far it's the only car i've had past 400 km/h)


    Ferrari F458 Italia - bodykit (incl. wing), big rims



    And another pic of the 458 at another spot at this real solar power plant location;

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    Nice pics, mate. I suck at any sort of photography but might have a go one day. 787b at Le Sarthe will be first on the list. Love that car...

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    Thanks. I'm a bit of a perfectionist sometimes, all the pics above are all the pics i've ever taken and saved in GT6. But my stats say i've taken somewhere between 2-300 photos.

    My only tip, for pics of cars in motion, is that the Panning (?) 1 option is hard to get nice pics out of unless you experiment a lot with settings, but Panning 2 and Panning 3 usually make great motion shots. Can get them from P1, but yeah - just takes longer to get them to look nice i think.
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    If it's like GT5, the spot you focus on is the spot Panning 1 will track. Makes it a little easier to get the desired effect most of the time.

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