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Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by gconnoyer, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. gconnoyer

    gconnoyer No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Addition to the C7 shoot, but I figured I would make a separate thread. Again, criticism is more than welcome!

    Built to the hilt ZL1, the owner affectionately calls the "warpig"

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    Cool shots! Did you get a permit to shoot on the streets or was the road open?

    For the last two, I think it would have been cool if you had blurred the background w/ a longer shutter speed. Just keep the cars at the same speed and it's easy, right?

    This reminds me of a blog post by Scott Kelby. He focuses a lot on the details of the car: close-ups of the brake calipers, hood, tires, etc. I really like the shots where he uses a single softbox and the car "appears" out of the black background.
     
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    I love your Cobra vs Camaro shot! I happen to love both cars. I have a thing for American Muscle!
     
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    Is that a Shelby GT500?
     
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    No we just found open enough spots in traffic so they wouldnt be in the shot.

    LOL Wellllll about that. How I shoot these rollers, its hard to get clear sharp images as it is. We were doing about 40mph through the tunnel and I had the shutter speed at 1/50th. Seems like I could drop it, but its hard driving at 40mph, over bumps, trying to direct the camera car, and hanging out of it. I tried 1/30 just because we were going so slow through the tunnel but it was damn near impossible to find a keeper. The tunnel is only about a 1/4 mile long so we couldnt bump the speed up either.
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    Yup a 2013. It was bone stock though
     
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    Great shots - hard to pick a favorite -- these are all great.
     

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