Honda CRX

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  1. Soto

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    Hello guys...

    Here is a photo from the shooting I was doing in Salinas, PR for am Auto Magazine... This is a Turbo Honda CRX. To get this shot I got in the passanger seat while my assitant was driving at more than 60MPH in the highway. I opened the door and got really close to the paviment to get this angle... some times you have to get close to danger.... jajajajaja

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    i would never do that wat if he hit a pothole and u dropped ur cam O_O
     
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    Sometimes you have to take the risk if you want to have the shot you're looking for.... ;)
     
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    i have always wanted to try that but no one wants to drive me
     
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    I forgot to say that I shot that picture in 1/30.... very slow in hand
     
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    thats wild i don't think I would try that but it produced a good shot
     
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    Would be the opposite for me. If someone wanted to do this, they wouldn't want me driving them ;)
     
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    Beautiful work Soto! Is there nothing that you can not shoot? I get as strong sense of speed from this shot. The blurr is perfect.

    And yeah. Getting close to the danger is a small price to pay for such a good shot.

    Love & Bass
     
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    Thank you very much!

    I appreciate your words...
     
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    Very nice shot. Wow, it can be hard enough getting people not to blur out at 1/30. That lens must have some pretty sweet image stabilization. Your photo is pretty darn sharp. Grats man.
     
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    I'm 98% sure that he is just kidding with you guys. He most likely used a rod hooked on the end of the car and then mounted the camera on that, and had people push the car very slowly. With such a long exposure a blur would not be hard to achieve. Also, don't forget the fact that's how most car magazines do shots like this. ;)

    A helpful hint, use a larger aperture, since you are going for such a long exposure it would make the car look a lot sharper. The DOF on this one is slim, and most of the car looks out of focus.

    Still not a bad shot though, congrats on the magazine shoot!
     
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    Don't you mean a smaller aperture?
     

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