The Fast and the Furious!

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  1. cfusionpm

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    ...at least that was the kind of look I was trying to go for... ;)

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    Car is my 2005 Scion tC, shot by mounting the camera on a tripod just next to my head. Shot on a 50D body at 10mm. 1 sec exposure at f/3.5 and 1600 ISO with some coloring PP.
     
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    NOS!
     
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    could definatley be a movie poster or better yet a xbox game cover. i like the idea of it all. i may have to try this at some point!
     
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    It's pretty easy as long as you have a tripod you can mount somehow in your car, a wide lens, and a remote trigger (I used the remote with a 2 second delay). Depending on the speeds, I found 1 second good to capture light out the dash. If you have a sunroof, leave it open and drive under a lamp or street light. It will light the dash and the inside pretty naturally. I would say avoid using any of the car's interior lights. At least mine produced some less-than-desirable results with it on.
     
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    Very interesting!!! Nice shot and I will have to try something like this one day!

    Get my show car done and I will have it made!!! LOL
     
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    what kind of car is it? got any pics of it?
     
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    Nice shot. Realy like the concept.
     
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    Dude, that's badass
     
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    Is that a Garmin nuvi? :)

    Nice photograph, I like what you went for and achieved.
     
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    I don't know why everyone likes those. My mom has one in her car and we all think it sucks. Takes forever to turn on and half the time it can't find satellites...
     
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    Sweet shot bro. I'm a Scion owner too.. 1st gen xB.
     
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    Cool shot mate!! How did you secure the tripod and what speed did you drive the car at to achieve the blur?
     

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