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By MattB1987    
Finally I have managed to get out of the house with my camera, all with the help of my friend and his nippy little Fiesta ST. To make this shoot extra special for me, it was the first outing for my new carbon fibre car rig!!

Well thank you for looking at my photo, I hope you enjoy it and of course all comments and critiques are much appreciated.

Cheers,

Matt

Tags: Nikon Car Norfolk Speed Transport Fiesta St Ford Rig Automotive Sports and action

Voters: TyChee, dudler, WintonPhotography and 9 more


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dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1741 England
19 Mar 2015 7:45PM
It certainly makes the Fiesta look really nippy! Excellent work.

My only reservation is that the blank numberplate looks wrong: I can understand not wanting to put your mate's number on here, but I think it needs some sort of filling in - or, possibly, cloning out completely?

The flash of red brake caliper through the alloy wheel is a fine touch.
banehawi Plus
16 2.3k 4177 Canada
19 Mar 2015 11:29PM
Making a fiesta looks that fast is quite the accomplishment!


Well done.


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Philpot Plus
8 282 4 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2015 3:05PM

Quote:It certainly makes the Fiesta look really nippy! Excellent work.

My only reservation is that the blank numberplate looks wrong: I can understand not wanting to put your mate's number on here, but I think it needs some sort of filling in - or, possibly, cloning out completely?

The flash of red brake caliper through the alloy wheel is a fine touch.



I agree re number plate, I did a recent scene ( click here ) which my car in and just cloned one letter out and altered another, you can tell.

A great movement shot and makes for a superb result too.
dudler Plus
17 1.4k 1741 England
21 Mar 2015 9:58PM
When I shoot pictures of cars, including my own, I just leave the number. There can be good reasons not to - but generally, I don't see where the problem is. An awful lot of data's available on everyone if you look carefully...

Mind you, a shot with (let's say) the speedo in view, an obviously real location, and a thoroughly illegal speed showing might be cause to do something different. (But I think I'd clone the speedo - or, even, make it look cloned...)

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