|Copyright: Ronald Kelman (RSK)
|Date Taken: 2013-09-07|
|Categories: Daily Life, Transportation, Event|
|Exposure: f/11, 1/500 seconds|
|More Photo Info: [view]|
|Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop|
|Date Submitted: 2013-09-09 22:12|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|It would be some time before one could get a clear shot at this Stingray. Posted this image to show how you have to contend with other folks at a Show & Shine .|
See work shop for an idea, of why it's a very good idea to arrive at these showings, very early if possible,which I did not:-)
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- [2013-09-10 2:13]
A beast of the road, and certainly a head turner or rather a rubber necker.
A classy colour, not brash and modern.
A joy to own no doubt.
- [2013-09-10 2:48]
A nice shot of the Stingray.
Very reflecting body and good light management.
Finally a photo exhibition of cars that do not lose anything by being filled with spectators in the background and things that every photographer would like that were not there.
Great one, Ron!
- [2013-09-10 10:53]
I think that even if you arrive early, it will still be difficult to get isolated shots of the cars. Good shot of the old Corvette, it looks a lot like one that a friend of mine had. That thing was a beast, 427/435 hp. First car that actually scared me when he opened it up on a small side road. Ah, the memories :)
Hello Ronald, yes these events are extremely popular and trying to take shots without people is almost impossible!
A good angle for this shot, with excellent DoF.
I like the inclusion of the group obviously discussing the merits of this beauty.
Tfs, regards Jean.