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    A very passionate automotive photographer.. always great shots..
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabbySHE View Post
    they always use their upper hand like....

    you're lucky that we use your pictures....
    Yah, like "We giving you exposure, very good already!"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kensaw View Post
    A very passionate automotive photographer.. always great shots..
    Thank you.
    You have pretty good stuff yourself!
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    A couple more pics to complete this set.









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    Nice Evo shots..

    You actually shoot with your camera mounted to the pole and outside the car ?

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    I like most of the 'standard' shots and the abstract parts-of-car ones, but i dislike some of those where you tilt until its almost 45 degrees... doesn't seem to serve much purpose and makes my neck hurt...

    nice ride though and here i am taking public bus

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    How do you photoshop away the rig? That for me is the hardest part. If not I'd be doing rig shots every now and then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dykat2009 View Post
    Nice Evo shots..

    You actually shoot with your camera mounted to the pole and outside the car ?
    Yup, for the moving shots, that's pretty much how it's done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aprilmoon92 View Post
    I like most of the 'standard' shots and the abstract parts-of-car ones, but i dislike some of those where you tilt until its almost 45 degrees... doesn't seem to serve much purpose and makes my neck hurt...

    nice ride though and here i am taking public bus
    Hahah... you're a funny guy!
    Ok, I'll try to shoot straighter next time...
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    Did you use a circular polariser for the shots? Not sure if they would help reduce the unwanted reflections. Noticed the reflections on some of the shots esp on the glass. Nice shots nevertheless. Just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamanoshun View Post
    How do you photoshop away the rig? That for me is the hardest part. If not I'd be doing rig shots every now and then.
    It's not difficult. Really!

    Consider the photo below, because of the natural motion blur - all that is needed is to spray over the rig with the background colour and duplicate parts of the bonnet for the reflection.

    For some of my shots, there is no need to even DI out the rig because the rig isn't even in the photo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mphil View Post
    Did you use a circular polariser for the shots? Not sure if they would help reduce the unwanted reflections. Noticed the reflections on some of the shots esp on the glass. Nice shots nevertheless. Just my 2 cents.

    I DID, but I was wondering why it didn't work that well. Erm, stupid question, but do I have to adjust it? Like turn it round and round?
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    Beautiful Shots

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    Very nice Burnpavement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apogee89 View Post
    Very nice Burnpavement.
    Haha, fancy meeting you here sir! Thank you! Shall I post photos of your monster?
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    greatest set iv seen on a car pic sir!@ care to share how you conceptualized? any major preparations done? Haaay loooovveeee iiitttt!!!!! very cool!

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    Those shots were great, excellent ...

    But I do hope all the car number plates are masked, just to protect the Owner privacy.
    Public forum so anyone can see, if you know what I mean

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnpavement View Post
    It's not difficult. Really!

    Consider the photo below, because of the natural motion blur - all that is needed is to spray over the rig with the background colour and duplicate parts of the bonnet for the reflection.

    For some of my shots, there is no need to even DI out the rig because the rig isn't even in the photo!

    awesome, very nicely done rig shots. i love the post process and colors too.
    the main pole doesnt rotate because those clamps are alittle slippery? or yr camera always hangs upside down?

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    Thanks for sharing. Some very nice shots. Red is a good choice of color.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richardnoel View Post
    greatest set iv seen on a car pic sir!@ care to share how you conceptualized? any major preparations done? Haaay loooovveeee iiitttt!!!!! very cool!
    We had been thinking of where to shoot about 2 weeks earlier, then both owner and myself had the exact same idea to gate crash the F1 venue. Not much other preps done, just turned up and did the shoot!
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