Porsche Cayman

Picture by dirk


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  • June 30, 2012
  • Nikon D300
  • Tokina 11-16/2.8 atx-pro
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number -2 -1 0 +1 +2
  • Editing Software Others / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes The only real sports car from germany, Porsche. ;.)
hamburg car porsche B&W hdr

18 Comments

30 Jun 08:22
dirk

The normal version has a tighter cut at the front. For the creme i decided to give it a little more space at the right side. I want to show the different levels of light here. Dark area behind the rim and under the fender with visible details of disc brake and wheel suspention. Mid level light with some nice textures on the concrete and details like the video cam on the wall and dirt on the ground. High level light in the open space at the right side with details of the nearby houses. I also like the reflections on the lacquer. You can see the concrete wall on the door, some nice curved reflections from the roof on the fender and the photographer on the bumper. Also some signs of daily use all over the car. Have a nice day and enjoy shooting! Dirk

30 Jun 08:28
bessi7

10

30 Jun 08:59
paulantony

Very nice. Want one!

30 Jun 09:23
inkslinger

This is exceptional, the details (including yourself) are perfect. Like the POV, suits B&W. Do you ever use CPL when photographing cars (in sunlight)....

30 Jun 11:37
arthakker

love porsche, love the shot!

30 Jun 11:45
dirk

@paulantony. I also! ;-)

30 Jun 11:47
dirk

@Inkslinger. Not using some filters so far. But i realy think about buying a CPL to avoid reflections in some special situations.

30 Jun 13:41
pandarino

very nice

30 Jun 13:45
Randall.Lohr

perfect... nice tripod.

30 Jun 14:07
rcuello

Well chosen the option of B & N, a process with big details and good management of light. The tires are different brands.

30 Jun 15:46
johnt

There appears to be a small chip missing in your tripod foot.. otherwise excellent B&W.. :)

30 Jun 16:05
dirk

@Rucello. You have eagle eyes! Didn't notice the different tires. Also fliped the scene for better compo.

30 Jun 16:06
dirk

@Randall. Nice and very heavy! It's like a workout walking with this piece of iron around the steets. ;-)

30 Jun 19:51
karl_oparka

Great monochrome shot Dirk.

30 Jun 21:22
inkslinger

Should have realised why the number plate was blurred....Flipped it would say 'dirk 1' backwards...ha

30 Jun 23:09
mariannea

Good work

02 Jul 11:02
veikko

Great car photo.

14 Jul 18:25
adrian_adrian_evans.com

really nice and i like the photo lol

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