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I need to look into getting a rig. It sucks being a driver and a photographer, can't do rolling shots of your own car haha
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Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this?
I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.
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Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this?
I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.


Are you looking for a rig shot or are you going to have a go with your friends?

For a rig, your settings are most important. The rig takes care of the stability. A wireless trigger works best. Drive about 10mph or slower.

If you're doing this with a friend, you'll need three people. 2 drivers & 1 photographer. Both cars should to be traveling the same speed and you have to be fairly close unless your lens is capable of closing in.

At least, that's how I got this:
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I plan on reshooting with my friends when the car is finished, whenever that'll be.

Tips:
-If you're running a two car set up, having them on the phone helps communicate between traffic or whatever.
-Excessive speed isn't needed
-If you don't have a means to changing settings easily, take a couple of test shots before shooting. It saves time and effort.
-If no friend of yours is experienced with camera settings, have your friend drive your car (if you're cool with that) and you shoot. It helps on the outcome of the shot itself.
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Solemunchies: I like that flick that you took, it came out very spiffy. I recognize that street anywhere, it's the hilly part of Lassen Boulevard.

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^@UDntWntNone you're close but that's the hill on Plummer heading east from CSUN (past Balboa)-- you were off by one parallel main street, haha.
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Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this?
I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.


Are you looking for a rig shot or are you going to have a go with your friends?

For a rig, your settings are most important. The rig takes care of the stability. A wireless trigger works best. Drive about 10mph or slower.

If you're doing this with a friend, you'll need three people. 2 drivers & 1 photographer. Both cars should to be traveling the same speed and you have to be fairly close unless your lens is capable of closing in.

At least, that's how I got this:
Click to show pictures


I plan on reshooting with my friends when the car is finished, whenever that'll be.

Tips:
-If you're running a two car set up, having them on the phone helps communicate between traffic or whatever.
-Excessive speed isn't needed
-If you don't have a means to changing settings easily, take a couple of test shots before shooting. It saves time and effort.
-If no friend of yours is experienced with camera settings, have your friend drive your car (if you're cool with that) and you shoot. It helps on the outcome of the shot itself.



i wasn't the one who asked but this is good info thanks for the tips. gonna try this out
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I took these a while ago.. The integra sedan is my car and I had a friend drive my car while I took pictures..

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I need to look into getting a rig. It sucks being a driver and a photographer, can't do rolling shots of your own car haha
Down In Ocean City, MD last week of Sept... [img]https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/550928_10100826511246900_9755932_n.jpg[/img]
Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this? I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.
[quote="ilikesbs"]Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this? I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.[/quote] Are you looking for a rig shot or are you going to have a go with your friends? For a rig, your settings are most important. The rig takes care of the stability. A wireless trigger works best. Drive about 10mph or slower. If you're doing this with a friend, you'll need three people. 2 drivers & 1 photographer. Both cars should to be traveling the same speed and you have to be fairly close unless your lens is capable of closing in. At least, that's how I got this: [img]http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6042/5901382144_34e52779e6_b.jpg[/img] I plan on reshooting with my friends when the car is finished, whenever that'll be. Tips: -If you're running a two car set up, having them on the phone helps communicate between traffic or whatever. -Excessive speed isn't needed -If you don't have a means to changing settings easily, take a couple of test shots before shooting. It saves time and effort. -If no friend of yours is experienced with camera settings, have your friend drive your car (if you're cool with that) and you shoot. It helps on the outcome of the shot itself.
Solemunchies: I like that flick that you took, it came out very spiffy. I recognize that street anywhere, it's the hilly part of Lassen Boulevard. Cool to have a ISSer from the Valley! :up:
^@UDntWntNone you're close but that's the hill on Plummer heading east from CSUN (past Balboa)-- you were off by one parallel main street, haha.
[quote="solemunchies"][quote="ilikesbs"]Can I get a quick tutorial how to do this? I know slightly long exposure, but I can never get it right.[/quote] Are you looking for a rig shot or are you going to have a go with your friends? For a rig, your settings are most important. The rig takes care of the stability. A wireless trigger works best. Drive about 10mph or slower. If you're doing this with a friend, you'll need three people. 2 drivers & 1 photographer. Both cars should to be traveling the same speed and you have to be fairly close unless your lens is capable of closing in. At least, that's how I got this: [img]http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6042/5901382144_34e52779e6_b.jpg[/img] I plan on reshooting with my friends when the car is finished, whenever that'll be. Tips: -If you're running a two car set up, having them on the phone helps communicate between traffic or whatever. -Excessive speed isn't needed -If you don't have a means to changing settings easily, take a couple of test shots before shooting. It saves time and effort. -If no friend of yours is experienced with camera settings, have your friend drive your car (if you're cool with that) and you shoot. It helps on the outcome of the shot itself.[/quote] i wasn't the one who asked but this is good info :) thanks for the tips. gonna try this out :up:
I took these a while ago.. The integra sedan is my car and I had a friend drive my car while I took pictures.. [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahodmv/4855219264/][img]http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4114/4855219264_81cfa1f90f.jpg[/img][/url] [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahodmv/4855219264/]Untitled[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/ahodmv/]a_ho[/url], on Flickr [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahodmv/4328359082/][img]http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4005/4328359082_bdeb8dbc55.jpg[/img][/url] [url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahodmv/4328359082/]Untitled[/url] by [url=http://www.flickr.com/people/ahodmv/]a_ho[/url], on Flickr
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