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Some of my automotive shots.

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by iamzrad, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. iamzrad


    Jul 4, 2008
    Baltimore, MD
    Yes, I am new, just joined. I mostly shoot automobiles and sports events, it's my thing.
    Enjoy, some C&C is okay.

    Sigma 24-70mm, f/2.8
    Lexus IS300
    NIKON D50    ---    34mm    f/4.0    1/125s    ISO 200

    NIKON D50    ---    38mm    f/4.0    1/160s    ISO 200

    NIKON D50    ---    19mm    f/4.0    1/160s    ISO 200

    NIKON D50    ---    70mm    f/4.5    1/250s    ISO 400

    NIKON D50    ---    17mm    f/4.0    1/320s    ISO 200

    Tamron 70-300mm, f/3.5
    Formula D, Englishtown, NJ 2008
    NIKON D50    ---    300mm    f/10.0    1/125s    ISO 400

    NIKON D50    ---    300mm    f/5.6    1/2000s    ISO 200

    Another Lexus IS300, same lens as before.
    NIKON D50    ---    38mm    f/13.0    1/15s    ISO 200


    NIKON D50    ---    17mm    f/5.0    1/2500s   

    NIKON D50    ---    165mm    f/5.0    1/2500s   
  2. Phil. welcome and mice stuff! I really like the lexus with the spillway in the background. Have a great weekend! Drew at CBN
  3. Phil
    welcome to THE CAFE
    great first thread
    some very nice shots there

    i'm so happy that you could join us

    i hope that you'll post often and really enjoy yourself
    thanks for sharing these with us
  4. Bill K

    Bill K

    Jan 29, 2006
    Reno, Nevada
    Nice images, But no American cars?
    Waz up wit dat?
  5. I like the drifting shot... but wish there was more of the porsche.
  6. Great shots there iam...

    Inspirational, howd ylou do this effect, still keeping colour in the car, but not the background, thanks>
    NIKON D50    ---    17mm    f/5.0    1/2500s   
  7. licaga


    Jan 7, 2008
    Peter Vooijs
    Welcome Phil shot 2 is the for me

  8. iamzrad


    Jul 4, 2008
    Baltimore, MD
    Hey thanks.

    It's actually 2 identical images. I have a B/W image layered above the full colored one. I adjusted the levels heavily on the B/W image. Then I took the eraser tool (yes, the amateur way) and erased the wheels and side marker from the B/W image revealing the colored one underneath. Simple, yet, very strong effect. The WRX is silver in color and really did not change in color when turned into B/W.
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