How I Created an Image of a Subaru Concept Car

Today’s Post by Joe Farace A few years ago, I was lucky enough to be able to attend the amazing Tokyo Motor show and wanted to share one of my favorite photographs from it—with a little bit of Photoshop enhancement. For homesick Americans, like me, the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, where the show is held, has a food court that features a real jumping up and down...

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Bright Lights Big City

Today’s Post by John Larsen Every night when I drive home from work I go through this village that has a bunch of lights up for the holiday season and told myself that I would have to get out and shoot them-from the car. Here’s a shot I made last week. I made it with a remote triggered Canon EOS 7D mounted on suction cup on the sunroof of my car. Lens was a Tamron...

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Photographing a Rat Rod

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “Street rods have a Chevy in front and a can of wax in the back…Hot Rods have a flathead in front and a box of tools in the back”—Fred Offenhauser; According to Wikipedia: “A rat rod is a style of hot rod or custom car that, in most cases, imitates or exaggerates the hot rods of the 1940s, 1950s, and early-1960s....

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Sometimes it Rains

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Recently I got back from a secret photographic mission that involved photographing motorsports with a new camera. Look for specific details and photos later this month. Sounds like fun, huh? The reality was that it rained the entire time, so with that in mind… There are few photographers who really, really want to venture out in the...

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Hispano-Suiza Riding on Six Wheels

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Update: During 2019, I will be increasing the number of blog posts from twice a week to three times, with new posts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. In addition, my how-to photography website/blog will be experimenting with vlogs this year and I also hope to bring some video to this blog/site during the new year as well. The Tyrrell P34...

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So Long Frank Lloyd Wright: Goodbye CLA 250

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “So long, Frank Lloyd Wright, I can’t believe your song is gone so soon”— Simon & Garfunkel I wrapped up 2018 by selling my Mercedes-Benz CLA 250 that I’ve had a love-hate relationship almost from the beginning. So why did I buy it? It’s a long story… The sale happened very quickly just before New Year’s Day and the car is going to a...

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