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Quick shot of the Roock Porsche as we were moving cars around. Was shooting into the sun when I took this so it is not the greatest but I kind of liked it.

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Post #1, Nov 17, 2007 18:25:47


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WOW! That is insanely beautiful. That's the first time I've seen my Suby combo on a Porsche. It looks fantastic!

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Nice wheels - sure beats my station wagon ;).

Post #3, Nov 17, 2007 18:55:48


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that is a hot car!

Post #4, Nov 17, 2007 18:57:52


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Nice ride!

Post #5, Nov 17, 2007 19:15:22


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oh you gotta have better than that one, don't ya? Please, I'm beggin ya.....

Post #6, Nov 17, 2007 20:33:58


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Thanks guys

Hawk, what are you lookin for? I was shooting detail shots of the Porsche today for Roock so whole car shots I didn't really get except for a few like this one. I grabbed the wrong camera when I shot these so the ISO was set way too high. :(

Post #7, Nov 17, 2007 20:41:22


5D Mark II, 5D w/grip, 30D w/grip, 350D w/grip, Kit lens, 580EX
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Canon 50 1.8, 28-135 IS, Tamron 28-75 F2.8,
Sigma 70-300 F3.5, Alien Bee/Novatron lights, and no money

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Love to see anything, but a few more angles would be great. Nice car.

Post #8, Nov 18, 2007 11:19:13


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hawk911 wrote in post #4338737external link
Love to see anything, but a few more angles would be great. Nice car.

Hawk, I really didn't get a lot of full car shots but will be shooting it again in a couple of months once it is the way it should be. This is the prototype car to get all the parts worked out before its official launch.

Post #9, Nov 18, 2007 11:45:02


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GA_Teg wrote in post #4338871external link
Hawk, I really didn't get a lot of full car shots but will be shooting it again in a couple of months once it is the way it should be. This is the prototype car to get all the parts worked out before its official launch.

Need someone to hold a reflector?

Post #11, Nov 18, 2007 17:06:37


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hawk911 wrote in post #4340495external link
Need someone to hold a reflector?

hahaha, might be a little far to come hold a reflector.

Thanks for the comments, I will be sure to pass it on to the owners. :D

Post #12, Nov 18, 2007 18:34:00


5D Mark II, 5D w/grip, 30D w/grip, 350D w/grip, Kit lens, 580EX
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GA_Teg wrote in post #4340986external link
hahaha, might be a little far to come hold a reflector.

Thanks for the comments, I will be sure to pass it on to the owners. :D

Nothing is too far with a plane ticket.:lol: Looking forward to the next series.

Post #13, Nov 19, 2007 16:21:27


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Absolutely beautiful car! But I think the background is too complicated and distracts from the actual car.

Post #14, Nov 19, 2007 18:38:39


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Post #15, Nov 19, 2007 19:05:23


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