Why are there so few car photographs?

Why are there so few car photographs?

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6pi

62 posts

108 months

Wednesday 23rd September
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Rogue86 said:






That is just stunning, I love it.

Martin350

3,403 posts

155 months

Wednesday 23rd September
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renmure said:




Gosh, stunning car and photos!

As is the blue GT40, my kind of cars! cool

Tickle

3,929 posts

164 months

Wednesday 23rd September
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Martin350 said:
Gosh, stunning car and photos!

As is the blue GT40, my kind of cars! cool
Yes, agree on that.

Like the overhead overlay shot a lot. Nice.

Dodd90

654 posts

123 months

Thursday 24th September
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6pi said:
Technically not totally in line with the thread title, so I'll remove them if it's an issue.






No issues here! Great location

DWDarkWheels

438 posts

83 months

Thursday 24th September
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leglessAlex said:
Dodd90 said:
Nice shots there mate. Where are these taken?
Thank you! These are all in the Connemara area in the west of Ireland, my parents live in Galway and I'm there for a while.
I was wondering the same thing. That middle shot struck me as the R335 from Louisburgh to Leenanne. A cracking, challenging road.

Dodd90

654 posts

123 months

Wednesday 30th September
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GrantD5

523 posts

48 months

Sunday 4th October
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Rogue86

1,582 posts

105 months

Monday 5th October
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Couldn't resist pulling over to grab a photo of the Sun setting last night. Driving this car through an empty city is like being in your own film!






ch37

6,539 posts

181 months

Monday 26th October
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Good ol' COVID meant a very, very late race event at Castle Combe this year (on Saturday). That meant awesome light (and also brutal wind and rain, but that just adds to the fun)...

Sony a7RII, Tamron 70-180mm 2.8, 1/20, f8.0

CSCC Raceday by Chris Harrison, on Flickr

8bit

3,038 posts

115 months

Monday 26th October
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Nice panning shot! Did you use a monopod?

ch37

6,539 posts

181 months

Monday 26th October
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8bit said:
Nice panning shot! Did you use a monopod?
Nope, handheld. IS off (interferes with slow panning) and lots of practice!

8bit

3,038 posts

115 months

Monday 26th October
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ch37 said:
8bit said:
Nice panning shot! Did you use a monopod?
Nope, handheld. IS off (interferes with slow panning) and lots of practice!
Nice one, thanks for that. I've never had much luck below 1/50 I think but then I've generally left stabilisation on, will try that!

Dave46

420 posts

99 months

Saturday 7th November
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rolex

3,074 posts

218 months

Saturday 7th November
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Nice ceramic coat for the winter!





robbiekhan

658 posts

137 months

Sunday 8th November
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laugh

horsemeatscandal

632 posts

64 months

Sunday 8th November
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8bit

3,038 posts

115 months

Monday 16th November
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So until about a week ago this was our family bus, now sold to make way for something less cumbersome (wife wanted back into a car rather than a big SUV so we now have a Jaguar XFS estate). Lots of memories in this car, we got it when Mrs 8bit was 8 months pregnant with our eldest, carried both our boys home from hospital and all of us on most of our adventures to date. The last adventure was a few weeks ago up to an Airbnb holiday cottage in the Caringorm Mountains during some traditional Scottish weather. I had to pop out to Aviemore Tesco one afternoon and I liked the surroundings so I chucked my camera in the back and made a few stops along the way, since this was the closest to proper 4x4 territory the car's ever been since we had it...

DSC_8688-Edit by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_8706-Edit by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_8746-Edit by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_8754 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_8755 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_8753-Edit-2 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

Ken Figenus

4,874 posts

77 months

Monday 16th November
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It was wet and stormy and cold, but I wouldn't normally go so stylised with the blues. I think I like it though.



Too much?

RSTurboPaul

3,387 posts

218 months

Monday 16th November
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Ken Figenus said:
It was wet and stormy and cold, but I wouldn't normally go so stylised with the blues. I think I like it though.



Too much?
Is that a 4-door Vantage?

Ken Figenus

4,874 posts

77 months

Monday 16th November
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RSTurboPaul said:
Is that a 4-door Vantage?
Its a 5 door family hatchback pushing over 570bhp mate - Rapide.