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Discussion in 'Transportation' started by lussos, Nov 28, 2005.
Took these today for a friend. What a car!!!
lovely car, lovely photos. i like the setting and the fall colors. i would like a bit more light in the first photo.
what lens and aperture?
Great setup Lussos, lovely car... you can feel its strength even in photos!
Sweet ride! Normally I don't care for colored wheels of any kind, but on this car, the gold wheels really work! Nice shot! A little more detail in the front end, and revealing the front wheel a bit more would've been nice, but it's still a nice shot! Maybe if you felt like messing with it, you could selectively lighten the car without touching the background?
Thanks for the Kind words everyone. The photo was taken just about sunset. I was loosing light FAST!!! Black cars are always the hardest to shoot.
I shot this RAW and stepped it up 1/2 stop.
70-210 2.8 VR
I have a custum curve in the camera.
Excellant captures...love the angles, love the camera tilt, love the setting outside the gate...if you try shooting these again in lower light, try snapping a few with the parking lights in...it makes for a nice effect. Great shooting!
They are something aren't they! Here's mine:
It that yours... really??? That's an absolutely gorgeous Spyder! Of couse, I'm partial to Grigio Titanio :wink:
Here's a pic of a nice CS:
Of course it's mine - the picture that is :wink:.
Great Shots! I love all this Ferrari talk. Lets see some more.
Here's the car in its original context - parked behind the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Banff, AB:
A few More..
Taken In vegas,
Taken the other day.
any chance of turning the first shot into a poster? very sweet photo.
These are all nice shots of Ferrari's. My son loves these, the Lambourghini's and the real Saleens. Not the Mustang Saleen. The Seleen... I am sure he will get a kick out of these here.
I really like your 2nd shot! Great angle! The silver one you posted is a beauty, too!
Wow! Wow! Wow!
You guys are killing me. Lusting for a camera or a lens is bad enough.....
Yes... The dealership want to.. I will keep you posted.
Here is a beautiful 430 coupe. The 430 looks Great in yellow. Taken in the same place as the 430 spider.
and of course a classic Dino. Taken in Manhatten.
Wow! any one will do for me I am not greedy!
These are some top shots of really nice driving gear!
A question on the side: What does one do with a Ferrari in the States? Isn't there are speed limit of around 65mph? At that speed it would feel like driving a wheel chair.
Gonna be in Germany a lot next year - no speed limit on the highway :biggrin: . No worry, I drive conservative - never passed the 180mph.