'14 Fiesta ST
"It's not about going fast it's about going swiftly"
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One thing I love about Porsche and Lotus is that they tend to have bright factory colors. 🌈
Before and After.
I really need to get back into editing this in depth, I felt lost with the tools yesterday.
Future garage photo!
This was the first time using my wide angle lens and it felt like I was learning to shoot all over again.
Last night was a lot of fun but being this close to @m_shinoda was such a huge highlight I could've left Weenie Roast after his set and been happy. Everyone always has a favorite member of a band and he's definitely always been mine (I obviously still miss Chester, we all do). I'm excited to see where Mike goes from here.
#weenieroast #mikeshinoda #fuckdepression
"Those great whites they have big teeth"
5 more days.
When I first saw this I thought it was a track car. Nope! According to the owner it's purely for drag racing, then he showed us the massive turbo. Wish I could see it in action.
Lamborghini is one of the few car brands that make their supercars look like a batmobile, especially in matte black.
Another Before and After, still a work in progress.
Apparently Evora owners in states that have a lot of rain have issues with ant colonies going inside the cars interior due to the weather seals not being properly secure. Owners then have to turn on the heat to high and leave the car running in direct sunlight to lure all the ants out.
I do enjoy the fact that some people don't think I'm the person behind the camera taking these photos because they're "too good". Photography does run in my family.
The Evora are always nice to see because Lotus isn't a common manufacture out here, but a modified Evora? That's like a unicorn.
Well I'm back, between work and studying I barely have time to myself anymore.
Future me will thank me later though.
Here's a before and after edit, I'm still learning but you get the idea.
For 2018 I'm gonna take my time with my photos, because this may have taken awhile to get the hang of but I'm happy with the outcome, just because you post a quantity of photos doesn't mean you're producing quality photos.
I'd only get an R8 in white, you can never go wrong with a white Audi!
So a year ago today I posted this picture of my Fiesta ST and this was the moment I got into automotive photography, I've learned so much this past year alone that I'm excited to see what I learn in 2018 . I've met so many new people and made a couple friends from just taking photos of their car and due to cars in general, you can never have too many car enthusiast as friends cause I need more of them.
As you can see the first photo was completely over saturated and in your face with the details, colors and darker tones. While the second panel is how I typically edit now. It's funny to me because I never thought I'd develop a style and now I prefer brighter photos, shadows up, and an unsaturated look. Also the first photo was run through one program while the second one went through two.
I typically don't like to compare my photos to anyone else because that mindset gets you nowhere, but I do have those moments where I take a photo and think "Damn I'm good!"
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