Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX


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HeXy2i

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Evo 9 MR, shot today. :)
More at HERE.

 

nikolaiski

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seletar airport and flyover behind ubi?
 

nikolaiski

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hey hexy..

the C350 on ur blog, SGD7787 is a press car from Daimler SEA..are you a journalist or a photographer helping a journalist for one of the publications? btw work on ur locations..the background is rather messy
 

nsr182

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wow... the second pic really stunning...
upzzz bro...
 

HeXy2i

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hey hexy..

the C350 on ur blog, SGD7787 is a press car from Daimler SEA..are you a journalist or a photographer helping a journalist for one of the publications? btw work on ur locations..the background is rather messy
Haha, sure thanks. Ya will take notice of the background next time i shoot. :)
 

vincecarlo

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Great shot and nice panning.. Where is the location??
no panning required here are both cars are moving at the same speed, so tha background blurrs naturally;)
 

r32

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no panning required here are both cars are moving at the same speed, so tha background blurrs naturally;)
Yes these are called tracking shots.

Rig shots are somewhat a variation of this, except the camera is fixed on the same trajectory as the car.

The limitation of rig shots is that one is almost always confined to a wide angle distorted perspective necessitated by the length of the pole.

Tracking shots allow more freedom of perspective but are tougher to shoot - two cars have to coordinate their movements according to the photographer who drives neither car. Add road vibration to that and then perhaps traffic, and it is quite challenging.
 

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