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graphitesubaru
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Oct 05, 2013 17:09 as a reply to  @ post 16348555 |  #9811

Here is my second attempt. At least I got the wheels to blur this time.

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DJ ­ JIGGLER
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Oct 05, 2013 20:12 |  #9812

Master of Defenestration wrote in post #16347323 (external link)
Nasty weather here tonight. So my very first rig shot I've done was with an alternate car, and indoors (I don't care for indoor motion shots much, so I underexposed the background on purpose) instead of outdoors.

Rig-Pro boom 20' arm (only used 15' though), the rest is stuff I've gathered myself. I also had to improvise due to the fact that there's very little glass or sheetmetal on it, and I could only space the clamps 3' or so apart...And no suction cups could be used. Zip ties were the word of the day :D

Still...I'm happy with my first shot at this:


Love seeing non car shots!!

also love the shot its self!!

i have also wanted to get some kind of super clamp setup where i can use the clamps to clamp down on a roll bar for shots where you can get cups on..


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Oct 05, 2013 20:33 |  #9813

DJ JIGGLER wrote in post #16348885 (external link)
Love seeing non car shots!!

also love the shot its self!!

i have also wanted to get some kind of super clamp setup where i can use the clamps to clamp down on a roll bar for shots where you can get cups on..

Thanks :)

Like I said...This was my first try, and I only had the right gear to use the cups. I didn't have quite enough clamps, or a way to attach a clamp to a clamp...So the very end was clamped, and the post closest to the camera was wedged into the roll cage and ziptied like crazy. Didn't work very well, but it worked out somewhat decently in the end.

I'll have more gear next time, that's for sure. I've already got another Jeep guy wanting something similar.

FYI...Owners also like getting involved :D

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Oct 06, 2013 08:46 |  #9814

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21 foot rig-pro

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Oct 07, 2013 00:23 |  #9815

Nice shots Jeffrey!

More NSX.

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Fat ­ Buff ­ Guy
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Oct 07, 2013 08:34 |  #9816

ooooooof. Those nsx shot are flipping awesome. How slow were you shooting?


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graphitesubaru
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Oct 07, 2013 09:57 |  #9817

Fat Buff Guy wrote in post #16352350 (external link)
ooooooof. Those nsx shot are flipping awesome. How slow were you shooting?


I have this same question. Also, are those NSX photos just one shot or are they composites?

Those NSX shots are sexy.




  
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Gapiii
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Oct 07, 2013 10:58 |  #9818

What LED or whatever panel do you use for light painting. I would like to do a light painting while doing a rig shot. I need something good, 'cos I had 3 led lights and they were rubish. I also have flash feeder so eletricity is not a problem. Please suggest something :)


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Oct 07, 2013 13:01 |  #9819

Fat Buff Guy wrote in post #16352350 (external link)
ooooooof. Those nsx shot are flipping awesome. How slow were you shooting?

graphitesubaru wrote in post #16352550 (external link)
I have this same question. Also, are those NSX photos just one shot or are they composites?

Those NSX shots are sexy.

Thanks guys. My shutter speed was 3.2sec for all three. The rear shots were single exposure and the front shot was a 2 exposure composited image.


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Oct 07, 2013 13:01 |  #9820

S2K

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graphitesubaru
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Oct 07, 2013 13:06 as a reply to  @ jton's post |  #9821

Here is a two shot composite I did last night. Any suggestions?

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mokytron
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Oct 07, 2013 13:38 |  #9822

here's one from a few months ago

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Oct 07, 2013 18:11 |  #9823

Jimmy: You're just hitting out of the park man, great job!

Kevin: See how the ground looks like smoke? This is where you really need a shorter shutter speed to add some detail there.


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Oct 07, 2013 18:23 |  #9824

One from me. Was taken on a extremely bumpy gravel road, destroyed by rain! But somehow the rig game me a keepershot!! Thanks Andrew:)

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mokytron
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Oct 07, 2013 21:00 |  #9825

VisualEchos wrote in post #16353842 (external link)
Jimmy: You're just hitting out of the park man, great job!

Kevin: See how the ground looks like smoke? This is where you really need a shorter shutter speed to add some detail there.

which part of the road? it was actually a really wide road, unless you're talking about the left side of the photo...?




  
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