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This wont be made, and if it is it won't be a full roll caged track car with no interior whatsoever.
4 days, 7 hours ago on Vauxhall Builds A Racer For The Street
Yeah it had just finished restoration/modifications a couple of days prior. They are gorgeous machines that's for sure.
1 week, 5 days ago on The Purest Decision. RS or RS?
Nice! I have been waiting for this article for a while, I am a massive fan of the pre-1973 911's just for how purpose built they were and the challenge and joys of driving them! I got to photograph a hot rodded 1971 911E modified by one of the members of the infamous R Gruppe Porsche club and this brought me back. the simplicity and beauty of those older cars is too real!
2 weeks ago on The Purest Decision. RS or RS?
Hey @speedhunters_dino could you maybe talk to the other editors about this as a future #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTERS theme? abandoned or non used performance cars. it is a very interesting topic and would allow for a fairly creative way of featuring special older cars you just don't see.
1 month, 1 week ago on Your Heart Will Cry
I am still blown away by the shop truck. It is pretty damn cool, and I can't believe how low it is.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on Lord Of The Low: The Stone Fab Way
@Jarrod Moore @bigeastbay @gsrwrc I appreciate all of the tips guys, I will try it out tomorrow and see how the results look. Definite good tip to try shooting at cars going 35mph instead of 185mph
1 month, 2 weeks ago on How To Shoot Cars:<br/>Learn From My Mistakes
good read. I have a question about shooting formula 1. I am going to the British Grand Prix at silverstone, and I am going to bring my nikon, my 55-200mm lens and a tripod. As a first time going to a race, how exactly would you do panning shots and what kind of shutter speeds should I try out in the middle of a british summer. I will probably be at f7.1 but I don't know. Thank you, any tips appreciated.
@average joe second this. 210$ seems questionably high.
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Speedhunters’ Winter Is Coming:</br>Get Your Jacket On
@n8rose1 @bigeastbay thanks man. Glorious piece of road, I wish I lived ~40 or so miles closer as state route 128 coupled with hwy 1 and mountain ridge road is very close to being driving nirvana. technical turns, fast straights and not a cop in sight....
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Destroying Million Dollar Hypercars?<br/>On Set With Need For Speed
@MattAtDoyle Not entirely certain 100% but it looks like California State route 128. Beautiful road through the forest where tons of driving scenes are filmed. many ads and probably that scene as well.
2 months ago on Destroying Million Dollar Hypercars?<br/>On Set With Need For Speed
Hey Sean, did this happen to be filmed in California State Route 128? I just did a "dream drive" there and it is an EPIC road. I hope it is the same one, because I loved photographing there. Check it out!
Ok. so I gave one, but how do you use it for a long exposure shot at like a car show that blurs the crowd but leaves the car in perfect focus?
2 months ago on How To Shoot Cars: How The? What The?!
I have a question about how to shoot the long exposure day time pictures speedhunters uses at car shows. Do you shoot with the aperture fully closed and shutter speed set to a seconds or 2? This would be at a car show during late morning to noon in a fairly bright sun. I have a tripod, polarized filter and a Nikon d40x but I'm not sure of the techniques to do this.
hmmm, is this a hint at a free for all #IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER? no theme, just shooting. Maybe this time you guys will finally use one of my shots...
I love what you said about having patience, it is the honest truth. Sometimes, you do need to be a little rude to get that shot, but usually people are happy to get out of the way.
@buzz1 @bigeastbay nice, very jealous. I would recommend mt. tamalpias and most parts of hwy 1 and 101. Basically a good driving road will eventually lead you to some picturesque spots, or not. either way, the curves are sublime.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on How To Shoot Cars: Show Shots
Love your stuff, and your editing is very good. The only things I can think of is needs more low. Try going from different angles and perspectives to show different views of the cars. Chief example being the toyobaru twins, they photograph really we'll from a low perspective in the rear and 3/4 view and have a great side profile that doesn't Need too much design perspective.
I have found that moving is key at car shows. Whether you are going from crouching, to standing to elevating yourself, it makes all of a difference. Also, if you are using a primary lens with manual focus I recommend taking multiple shots from same or similar angles with different framing and focus. The more pictures you take the more likely you will take a good one.
I have found a lot of success with a 50mm but if you are at a slightly populated car show it is still very wide. The best lens I have used for more populated shows is a 20mm or 24mm primary.
My biggest struggle I have found is actually finding enough car shows to practice at. Anyone know anything coming up in the sf Bay Area (@larry Chen)
Check out my flickr, I would love to hear some comments and criticism about how I've shot so far.
All those C7's, Now that's a picture. what I would give for a set of keys and some downed security cameras...
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Desert Rock With The Lotus Cup
That was an amazing hour and a half. Very much reaffirms my desire to visit japan, but also shows some of the insanity of the drift culture there. Very good choice of music, and awesome camera work. I wonder how a speedhunters movie would look...
3 months, 1 week ago on Outsiders The Movie: Japan Explored
@ToyotaSupraMan @LouisSoon electric motors are pretty light and space efficient. Batteries aren't.
6 months ago on The Sport Quattro Makes A Return