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Feb 03, 2009 06:18 |  #16

how did you attach the camera to the end of the pole..

You able to take a close up shot of that please??


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Feb 03, 2009 18:25 |  #17

siddr20 wrote in post #7244029 (external link)
how did you attach the camera to the end of the pole..

You able to take a close up shot of that please??

+1 and your shots came out awesome.




  
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Feb 03, 2009 18:29 |  #18

Looks great. Thats what I hope to get next. I like shot #2


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Feb 03, 2009 18:36 |  #19

nice pics
where did you get your parts from?


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Feb 03, 2009 18:50 as a reply to  @ post 7242849 |  #20

Great shots on the scene and behind the scene!
How much does a rig like that cost, if you don't me asking?

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Feb 03, 2009 20:44 |  #21

hey guys, i will take some pics of the set up once i do it again.
I got it all from b&h and it ran me about 200 dollars, not bad i dont think


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Feb 04, 2009 17:12 |  #22

nice pics.....here's a stupid question, but how do you take the pictures?


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Feb 04, 2009 17:48 |  #23

^ You can do it by doing a couple different things:

1 - Have someone sit in the drivers seat while you stay with the camera and someone pushes. While the person pushing does his thing, you release the shutter.

2 - Do the same thing as above without a person to push: Start the car and go at idle speed.

3 - Do it alone with a wireless shutter button while the car is going idle speed.


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Feb 04, 2009 18:46 |  #24

Nice car and nice shots :)


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Feb 04, 2009 21:38 |  #25

CorzyPhoto wrote in post #7255402 (external link)
^ You can do it by doing a couple different things:

1 - Have someone sit in the drivers seat while you stay with the camera and someone pushes. While the person pushing does his thing, you release the shutter.

2 - Do the same thing as above without a person to push: Start the car and go at idle speed.

3 - Do it alone with a wireless shutter button while the car is going idle speed.


he can also set the timer as well


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Feb 18, 2009 10:04 |  #26

Sick car and a very nice looking rig! Great job


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Feb 18, 2009 15:40 |  #27

siddr20 wrote in post #7244029 (external link)
how did you attach the camera to the end of the pole..

You able to take a close up shot of that please??

The camera is upside down.




  
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Feb 20, 2009 23:51 |  #28

How do you not see the pole in the pics, did you edit it out?




  
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