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12 May 09 - Explore #1
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Those reckless young fools...

It's normally me in the driving seat but this shot is the reason I first wanted a car mount. It's been a long time coming.

The car: a mid 60's Ford Zephyr ('67 MkIII I think)
The models: Kellie and Craig

Strobist: diffused SB-600 in car dead centre between camera and models; bare SB-800 dead centre behind models for rim.

Moving car, 30sec, straight out of camera

Frank Spee, <batmkana>, and 1135 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Gefademe2d 50 months ago | reply

    Awsome..
    How u did this..???!!
    I wonder that U use lowspeed for the lightline..
    Did u..??

  2. Pawel Tomaszewicz 49 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Best.Images.Of.Flickr-Invited.Pics.Only!!!, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  3. Nicholas Abela 47 months ago | reply

    jaw dropping shot!

  4. Valerie4789 46 months ago | reply

    perfectly desicbed the feeling of an out of nowhere makeout session.

  5. TheNotoriousUSB [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

    WOW, this picture's great!! you should enter it into the contest that they're having at Fader Filters' Photo Contest I definitely think you could win!

  6. Sorted3000 46 months ago | reply

    Genius shot, well done!! :)

  7. Pangtography 46 months ago | reply

    incredible shot!

  8. matma92ser 46 months ago | reply

    Great idea - absolutely stunning execution! Beautiful lighting and composition.

  9. Dave the Haligonian 43 months ago | reply

    I had to come fave this Andy so it would get to 1000.
    It is really stunning mate!

  10. Jorsan_swe 40 months ago | reply

    Absolutely fantastic!

  11. Guy Prives 40 months ago | reply

    wonderful frame

  12. ClintonsCanon 39 months ago | reply

    cool work! im not sure how you did it, but it looks great!

  13. Bagof-T 38 months ago | reply

    haha , love this photo , lighting is perfect.

  14. Kelly~Brooke 35 months ago | reply

    Oh. My. God. Brilliant!!! Just saw this in an article about the BEST long exposure pictures ever, I am soooo impressed!!!

  15. Aum Kleem 29 months ago | reply

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