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I would like to show some professional photos of my Commander taken by a friend of mine who considered as professional photographer. I hope you like it.





















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Awesome pics! But you could have fooled me that all your older pics were taken by an amateur! (many grace my computers backgrounds!)-43:icon_biggrin:
 

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Some other photos for him,, !!!!











 

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The cityscapes and shots in the third group are really beautiful.
Not to down your friend though........Ahmed, I think the photos you have given us to enjoy in the past are far superior in relaying the action/vitality/general fun of the Jeep and its capabilities.
So, his are good, but yours make me feel like I'm there.

There's my $.02,
Rob
 

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Interisting to see that the sand flows over the windscreen just like water does when you hit a big puddle. I would have though an ORV would have been engineered better.
 

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As I recall, the sand there is so fine, it almost flows like water.
 

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Thanks for sharing, They are great pictures but all of yours have been very impressive as well!
 

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I like the photos. They would work great in a pro commander ad. And the others are quite impressive.

I think his skill has rubbed off on your photos as well :D

Thanks for the share and tell your friend I like his work.
 

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Those pictures are awsome!
 

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HDRI = high dynamic range imaging

In image processing, computer graphics, and photography, high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between light and dark areas of a scene than normal digital imaging techniques or photographic prints. This wider dynamic range allows HDR images to represent more accurately the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to faint starlight.
 

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what a great picture .. thank you for sharing
 
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