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Autoblog Roadtest photoshoot Lamborghini Murciélago LP670-4 SV, July 2011

 

Trackingshot of the Lamborghini, taken from an Audi S5 at around 120km/h in a tunnel:

 

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Camera: Nikon D90

Lens: Nikkor 18-105 mm f/3.5-5.6

Exposure: 0.1 sec (1/10)

Aperture: f/4.0

Focal Length: 18mm

ISO Speed: 400

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I've shot the photo's for the roadtest of autoblog last July in Spain.

Normally they shoot their own photo's but for this occassion, I got the job.

 

The (Dutch) article and my photo's can be seen HERE!

 

I flew to Spain with the guys and I helped with the video-shoot by holding people back and driving the second car, the Audi S5.

 

The HD VIDEO can be seen HERE!!

 

You can also spot me at 1.19min in this video

  

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Otomotiv Yedek Parça : Fren Diski.

( Auto Spare Parts : Brake Disc.)

   

Tüm otomotiv fotograflarımı görmek için :

(To view all of my automotive photos...)

www.flickr.com/photos/ad6307/sets/72157608505028711/

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Yorum ve favori için teşekkürler ...

Thanks for comment and favorite...

  

One of the most beautiful cars on earth! It was surreal to see it on the street with other lowly cars.

 

February 26 2010, #62

A flipped image through a crystal ball...Driving America exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum. Dearborn, Michigan.

January 20th, 2013 Petersen Automotive Museum

Long-abandoned truck in Grant's Woods near Orillia, Ontario, Canada.

2012 Gumball 3000

 

The matte red Corvette by "Superior Automotive Design" at the grid on Times Square on the evening before the start of this years rally.

  

There's already a lot of shots on my page, so make sure to like and follow me at: Thomas van Rooij Photography

  

If you're interested in having a photoshoot of your car, please contact me at:

tsvanrooij.photography@gmail.com

Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit

~25MP | Tools Used: In-game photomode, Racer_S's Camera Hack, GeDoSaTo (Resolution,SMAA,SinCity) | Lanczos3

 

"Every motive escalate. Automotive incinerate. Light a candle,

light a motive. Step down, step down. Watch a heel crush, crush. Uh oh,

this means no fear - cavalier. Renegade and steer clear! A tournament,

a tournament, a tournament of lies. Offer me solutions, offer me alternatives

and I decline."

It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)-

R.E.M.

 

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All rights reserved. A proposal for The Hypothetical Awards The 2nd annual "Tim Noonan"art challenge ... see Tim Noonan's photostream here and also a proposal for Crystal and Sue's March Challenge Things that Start with A...and a proposal for Shock of the New!! New Challenge 12.0 ~ Boats, Planes, Trains & Automobiles as well....

 

Peace and love be with you.

Namaste.

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Pagani Zonda F Clubsport Coupé (N° 4/25)

 

Do not use without my permission | © Rupert

casual shot in the park victory in Moscow. Young driver in his car and a red Dodge Viper GTS.

Screw machine products & swiss screw machining from Cox Manufacturing. Cox offers a full suite of screw machining services and can handle all your custom machining needs.

We welcome the use of our images provided a link back to our website, www.coxmanufacturing.com, using anchor text "Cox Screw Machine Products" is included in the image use.

Chrysler Turbine Car

@Petersen Automotive Museum, Los Angeles

I still look good in this Suzy Shier dress from, oh, 5 years ago.

 

Find this picture and more of my pictures on my new web gallery at gallery.katie-young.net

Part of my 2010 Nissan Sentra reflecting the surroundings. Taken in Raleigh. North Carolina.

 

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License

 

This photograph is copyrighted and may not be used anywhere, including blogs, without my express permission.

Another automotive image to follow on from my previous image 'candy apple red'.

Visit to Stahls Automotive Foundation in Chesterfield, Michigan on March 15, 2014. The collection is open to the public on Tuesday afternoons from 1 - 4 pm, however, this was a private opening for two classic car clubs.

 

Find all of my classic car photos here: Car Collections

 

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Rather than shooting the whole vehicle I tried to focus on detail and specific parts of its anatomy

3,500,000 square feet, designed by Albert Kahn, first use of reinforced concrete for industrial construction in Detroit, opened in 1907, closed in 1958. It is currently home to one functioning business and a few residents in one of the buildings, but is mostly a "playground" for graffiti artists, photographers, explorers, ruin "tourists", and car thieves if you aren't careful...

 

Plans for demolition were recently announced, but then again maybe not for awhile...Either way, the building is practically demolishing itself along with the help of scrappers.

 

Mercedes-AMG GT S Edition 1 - Karlsruhe

A few more on my xpan tumblr

 

Back in November, Eric, Tong and I made a visit to the Tower Automotive after seeing some other Toronto igers photograph its interiors.

 

Most of the photos had been taken during the evening with little light, so we decided to venture out early and catch the daylight.

 

The building itself was closed in 2006 and spans 10 stories. Each floor we climbed was similarly laid out with the giant support pillars stretching down the floor, but each had been tagged and painted differently. It was incredible seeing the expanse of each room completely cleared out. One of my favourite adventures in Toronto by far.

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