Why are there so few car photographs?

Why are there so few car photographs?

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Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Monday 16th November 2020
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Something new for a client, 675LT.


epom

7,611 posts

125 months

Tuesday 17th November 2020
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Rogue86 said:
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!





I hope you caught the bad guys Detective smile

Are those BMW's photoshops or actually cars ?

Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Wednesday 18th November 2020
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epom said:
I hope you caught the bad guys Detective smile
Funnily enough I was talking to friend about doing a 70s themed detective shoot with it biggrin

Another studio one from me:


TheRainMaker

4,716 posts

206 months

Thursday 26th November 2020
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Fun with a Pixelstick, no fancy studio for me, all I have is a muddy track next to a cricket pitch hehe

DSC04618 by The Rain Maker, on Flickr

TheRainMaker

4,716 posts

206 months

Thursday 26th November 2020
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DSC04670 by The Rain Maker, on Flickr

DSC04667 by The Rain Maker, on Flickr

DSC04655 by The Rain Maker, on Flickr

renmure

3,480 posts

188 months

Thursday 26th November 2020
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These are clever.

I had this one taken by a guy who walked around with a bit of burning rope dangling from a pole in the dead of night




TheRainMaker

4,716 posts

206 months

Thursday 26th November 2020
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renmure said:
These are clever.

I had this one taken by a guy who walked around with a bit of burning rope dangling from a pole in the dead of night
Not sure I’m brave enough to use real fire boxedin


Edited by TheRainMaker on Monday 14th December 07:28

Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Monday 30th November 2020
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Olivero

2,106 posts

173 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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How about some bikes?

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Edited by Olivero on Thursday 17th December 14:31

AJB88

7,392 posts

135 months

Monday 14th December 2020
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Olivero said:
Shame you have to sign up to see.

P5BNij

8,454 posts

70 months

Wednesday 16th December 2020
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From ten years ago, my old '72 P6B....


Olivero

2,106 posts

173 months

Thursday 17th December 2020
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AJB88 said:
Olivero said:
Shame you have to sign up to see.
Updated!

8bit

3,109 posts

119 months

Friday 8th January
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Posted these in the low light photography thread but thought I'd chuck them in here too. Noticed some cool Christmas lights put up under a bridge near where I live so popped out with the car and the camera the other night and tried some shots:

DSC_9517-HDR by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_9475 by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

DSC_9506-HDR by Niall Porter Photography, on Flickr

PaulD86

1,215 posts

90 months

Friday 8th January
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Nice shots thumbup

Have you taken any of the new family car yet? It's rather more photogenic than the last one, if you don't mind me saying boxedin

8bit

3,109 posts

119 months

Sunday 10th January
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PaulD86 said:
Nice shots thumbup

Have you taken any of the new family car yet? It's rather more photogenic than the last one, if you don't mind me saying boxedin
Thanks! I haven't yet, hopefully soon but you're absolutely right...

Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Monday 11th January
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Finally managed to sneak my car in to a shoot at work biggrin


ktcanuck

100 posts

133 months

Monday 11th January
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Car?

Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Monday 11th January
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ktcanuck said:
Car?
Yeah. It's that massive black thing behind her. So big in fact that you can fit four of her in it.

Edit - Maybe six if you include the boot.

tog

3,966 posts

192 months

Tuesday 12th January
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Rogue86 said:
Finally managed to sneak my car in to a shoot at work biggrin

When I was working on a local paper 20 years ago there was an unofficial competition between us staff photographers to get our own car in the paper. (That or your camera bag in the edge of frame.) I got a lovely shot of a whole scout troop washing my first Saab during bob a job week once!

Rogue86

1,620 posts

109 months

Tuesday 12th January
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tog said:
When I was working on a local paper 20 years ago there was an unofficial competition between us staff photographers to get our own car in the paper. (That or your camera bag in the edge of frame.) I got a lovely shot of a whole scout troop washing my first Saab during bob a job week once!
Double-winner getting your car washed for free too biggrin