Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by aznkid, Sep 14, 2006.
as usual, peep the website for more pics..
I have to ask, how do people get shots like these:
Use a rig and pp it out?
I mean, are they driving around in a circle at the walmart parking lot, or what?
for the original shot posted, very nice. are you purposely putting the vignetting in there or is your wide angle doing it?
for the moving shots, they vary. most of them have a rig they mount to the car then they PP the parts that need to be removed. usually they are just driving around 5mph to get the motion blur and usually take several sets of shots.
for the good photographers, they're in a car next to it on a very level road!
I've seen alot of shots like that, Specifically this one, which was done with a Stickypod
PS: we have too many azns here
I see Stickypod shots all the time, and know how they are done, or ones that are away from the car and the people just put their tripod attached to the car....but the wide shots, or ones where they are like a foot off the ground have always stumped me...like hte one of the civic
maybe they are still shots and the Background and wheels are blurred in photoshop?
Look at the exif info and you'll see long shutter speeds (4-6 seconds).
They do them with a rig, usually a tripod ziptied on in a very ghetto fashion and then it is Photoshopped out.
I'm sorry but there is no effin way that a rig is attached to the RSX in htis picture:
Slow shutter to get the wheel blur, then background blurred in photoshop?
I honestly dont think its photoshopped at all, look at the blurring.....its not completely smooth like motion blur in PS does....its like a blur that a digital camera would create. And look at the EXIF data, if you modify an image in PS such as motion blur, you would lose your EXIF data as well, I think....
leaning out of a mini van (or other car)along side the car at speed for some of those shots
For 6 seconds? I doubt it; most likely a rig on another vehicle
How'd you know it was 6 seconds? I didint see any exif
Orientation of image: 1
File change date and time: 2005:10:06 13:20:31
Image input equipment manufacturer: Canon
Image input equipment model: Canon EOS 10D
Software used: Adobe Photoshop CS2 Windows
Exposure time: 6
F number: 22
ISO speed rating: 100
Shutter speed: -2.58495
Exposure bias: 1.33333
Maximum lens aperture: 2.97086
Metering mode: 5
Lens focal length: 17
Focal plane X resolution: 3443.95
Focal plane Y resolution: 3442.02
Focal plane resolution unit: 2
Sensing method: 2
Custom rendered: 0
Exposure mode: 0
White balance: 0
Scene capture type: 0
old school Canon crew holla~
nice pictures man... how long have you been a photography?
You guys prolly aren't even talking about the same picture...
yeah i was talking about the civic Durrict