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    Quick break from Carmel. Grigio telesto with red calipers looks INCREDIBLE. The nicest one I've ever seen. The 50mm 1.8 is my favorite lens to use. Throw on a Hoya and you're in for a blast.

    Cars and Coffee keeps getting better.

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    1. Ian Jones Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Looks slammed. Awesome picture!

    2. Charlie Davis Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Does indeed look dropped...looks fantastic! Red calipers on just about any Lamborghini look great. Nice shot Ian!

    3. Willem Rodenburg 31 months ago | reply

      This is really awesome!
      Love the reflections on the car, the angle and the car!

    4. BavariaSpotter 31 months ago | reply

      Maybe your best shot!

    5. Diego Bonometti 31 months ago | reply

      Wow! One of the best I've ever seen!

    6. Manuel Magaña 31 months ago | reply

      OMG amazing shot, well done man..
      Have a nice day and FAVE!!!

    7. 4WheelsofLux Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Damn! That looks sick, great shot too!

    8. J*Segers 31 months ago | reply

      Amazing car and great shot.

    9. Nike_747 31 months ago | reply

      Perfect? NO, more than just perfect!

    10. DENNISVDMEIJS Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Such a gorgeous car! Looks perfect to me!

    11. Ian Altamore. 31 months ago | reply

      Thank you everyone!

    12. Yannick van As Photography 31 months ago | reply

      Good shot, loving the Performante from this angle.

    13. Alex van Alphen 31 months ago | reply

      love this! everything about this car and shot is just awesome!

    14. Ryan DeYoung 25 months ago | reply

      What is your Hoya of choice? Especially for images like these. Also, do you use any filters for doing longer shutter times, especially like some of th night shots you have on here? Thanks!!!! I love your images. Went to Carmel recently, need to go back for the next show like this one!

    15. Ian Altamore. 25 months ago | reply

      I'm glad you enjoy my work!
      The Hoya that I use is a circular polarizer (in this case attached to a 50mm 1.8 lens). For my long exposures I just leave a circular polarizer on my lenses because 1. I can't take them off, and 2. I use them for all my automotive work. (No ND Filters for my long exposures.)

      This was actually taken in New Jersey, but Carmel is a wonderful place!

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