No car content here. I want to take more photos of cars, but that hasn’t really worked out yet. In the meantime, enjoy a couple of old bridges.
Supposedly the only “street legal” H2R in the country. This thing was badass.
I’m looking for a decent point-and-shoot that will take way better pictures than my cellphone, but not DSLR-level because I have an older DSLR that, while highly configure-able, it’s bulky and cumbersome just to take quick shots of average things. Extensive internet-review-reading led me to this:
For a cheap camera and cheap film, I’m very pleased
They’ve been earthquake-proofing some sections of the school, and tearing down others and putting up new sections in their place. It’s gonna be a strange building when it’s done. The original plan was to build a whole new school on the rugby field, and then tear down the old one and put the field there instead. They…
I’m pretty sure you’re supposed to get a fully manual SLR or something else more old school and manual, but I got a fully automatic rangefinder instead. Minolta Hi-Matic AF2, from a really nice guy who’s had it for 10 years or so. From example photos I’ve seen, this should take some genuinely nice photos.
Happy Sunday to all. While wife was at the gym and kid was eating breakfast, I tried some photo composition down in the Man Cave.
volkswagens, volkswagens, volkswagens... taken with my 1936 Pilot 6 SLR.
Head to my Flickr page to check them out! The photos include the K&N Pro Series West race and the Monster Energy Cup Series events of Friday and Saturday. Nothing of Sunday, because RADwood!
It was fun taking my nice camera out to shoot some cars since MY Camaro is not roadworthy at the moment.
A few weeks back Jobjoris and I went to PUUR Porsche Treffen (like we did last year). This time we where there a bit earlier, to enjoy the meet in full, while the cars were still rolling in. Good times were had!
It’s a gorgeous thing. Croatian-made, from the 75 year old company Pastor. They call it a 1930 Dress. It’s real leather, too! I got it as a birthday gift.
Around this time last month, I drove my Mazdaspeed6 from Longmont, Colorado to Lynchberg, Tennessee to visit a good friend of mine and, get some relaxation in, and see & do some cool car stuff.
My latest piece for DG. I tailored this for the guy or gal who isn’t a camera savant but would like to take more interesting photos of cars. Pretty stoked to be asked to put this together!
some snaps from yesterday (iPhone SE)
This extraordinary photo was taken by Life Magazine photographer Larry Burrows. Burrows captured some of the most iconic images of the Vietnam war, photographs that portrayed both the horrors and the brotherhood of war. Along with two other photographers, Burrows was killed in 1971 when his helicopter was shot down…
I was off work early today, it was gorgeous out, and I’ve been meaning to poke around this area since I got a wide angle lens. So, here it is: The result of poking around under a bridge with a D5300 and a Sigma 10-20mm.
Freddy Fabris is back with more awesome photography of cars and car mechanics.
A few closeups of the raw (and often deadly) machines of 70's and 80's Grand Prix racing from COTA earlier this year.