No longer a newbie, moving up!
- Mar 20, 2008
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- Shepherdsturd, WV / Almost, MD
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Tu eres mas oober!
Niceee pic! You know it was an accidental shot and not a planned one :greenpbl: :lmao:
Ok, lets see, I would have the cars a little more closer, by maybe 1 foot, also tha Audi should have had the left turn signal on cuz they look like they're turning left....too much reflection on the front windshield of the VW... It would have been cooler if someone was sticking out from the passenger's side from the VW flicking off the the guy in the Audi :thumbup:
Ok ok I'm just messing w/ you. Great shot man! Was this on a parking lot of a church?
The background ruins it... its only what, 100' away from the cars. It looks like the cars are going 150mph, but after you look at the background and realize they only went 50', they can't be going much more than 30. Kinda like watching someone give a speach off of a teleprompter. Sounds fine and dandy... but we all know you are making it up.
Would have been believable to see that done on open road.
Actually, the cars are going less than 5mph. Rolling shots that I normally see are typically done at about 50-60mph. I definitely don't think they look like they're going that fast. You are talking about two awd cars with power that can launch pretty good.
It isn't oober - uber. Oober means "I am gay", so you said "I am more gay".....cool.
Neat! I share the thoughts about the background spoiling the effect, but the main method is working great so its just a refinement of a working model from there on! Not as sure about the large lights in the background though - the one on the right kind of works in the scene you have it in, but the left one has that more accidental/distracting element to it.
Be interesting to see which way you take this method and what comes out of it -
Just do remember to be kind to the moths!
Curious question for those in the know (Because I don't shoot cars/other fast shiny things) do the reflections on the body of the vehicle also go into motion blur in this type of photography or are they static? Just something that seems odd to me on the bodywork of the car when placed next to the blurred ground is the static view of the light points over the body - I might be inventing this aspect, I'm not sure - like I said its something that I've never "looked for" before.