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NKY ­ Shooter
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Mar 10, 2013 09:01 |  #1

Here are a couple of my wife's 2007 Subaru Forester. It is heavily modded and will be featured in Modified Mag this summer.

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Iso 1600 F/22 1/50

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Iso 125 F/4 1/200

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Iso 125 F/4 1/200

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2 Modded Subaru Foresters. 1 low and fast, 1 high and quick.

  
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Mar 10, 2013 15:04 |  #2

Looks awesome, nicely done!


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Mar 10, 2013 15:14 |  #3

was the first photo a rig shot or a drive along?


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Mar 10, 2013 15:18 |  #4

That is one hot looking car.




  
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Mar 10, 2013 17:42 |  #5
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NKY Shooter wrote in post #15697722 (external link)
Iso 1600 F/22

Was this an accident? :p




  
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Mar 10, 2013 18:23 |  #6

Niiice forester!


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Mar 10, 2013 18:28 |  #7

ewheeler20 wrote in post #15698873 (external link)
was the first photo a rig shot or a drive along?

I'd guess rolling shot based off the settings used. Plus a rig shot would be hard to pull off on, what looks to be, a highway.


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Mar 11, 2013 20:13 |  #8

KevinECSP wrote in post #15698818 (external link)
Looks awesome, nicely done!

Thanks. Next step is editing.

ewheeler20 wrote in post #15698873 (external link)
was the first photo a rig shot or a drive along?

Drive along.

CoJM wrote in post #15698890 (external link)
That is one hot looking car.

The wife loves her Foz. I can not wait for the summer issue of Modified Magazine to come out, it has a full feature.

96whiteknight wrote in post #15699503 (external link)
Was this an accident? :p

Nope, that is what the histogram info says. Maybe not planned, but it worked.

evan55 wrote in post #15699660 (external link)
Niiice forester!

Thanks.

KevinECSP wrote in post #15699681 (external link)
I'd guess rolling shot based off the settings used. Plus a rig shot would be hard to pull off on, what looks to be, a highway.

The road is a fairly new 2 lane each way road that is either really busy or empty. Most shots were taken at 40-50mph.

Thanks again everyone for the compliments. If anyone wants to see the entire build of this beast, click >>> here (external link) <<<


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Mar 11, 2013 20:21 |  #9

Wow... 108 pages. I made it through the first one, lol. That is an insane build.

Knowing everything you've done to that car, I think you should redo the rolling shot because those are the really awe-inspiring shots of cars (IMO). Shoot it when only going about 5mph so you can better control your background and it will have a higher likelihood to be sharp.


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Mar 14, 2013 14:37 |  #10

ewheeler20 wrote in post #15704387 (external link)
Wow... 108 pages. I made it through the first one, lol. That is an insane build.

Knowing everything you've done to that car, I think you should redo the rolling shot because those are the really awe-inspiring shots of cars (IMO). Shoot it when only going about 5mph so you can better control your background and it will have a higher likelihood to be sharp.

Thanks for the tips. A couple of good friends who are professionals do most of the "good photos" we share, and they typically do rig shooting. The rolling photos above were last minute fun pics I took myself. They have flaws for sure, but for a very novice shooter like me I'm happy.

Thanks for checking the build out as well, once the Modified shoot is published I'm sure the photos will leak out ;)


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Mar 18, 2013 20:53 |  #11

beast!!!!!


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