Why can't we make cars like this anymore?

April 30, 2013  •  3 Comments

66 Charger, Fuji X-Pro1 Well it has been awhile since I blogged. The back has been acting up preventing me from doing more. So feeling a bit better I have had a chance to update. These past few weeks have been busy photographing Spring sports leagues and some other stuff. Some of it has been pretty darn cool. I had a client that was interested in my services for getting images of his 66 Dodge Charger that is going up for auction. Now this is no ordinary Charger. This thing is amazing. You can hear the Hemi coming blocks away. He says it is time for the car to move on. I just wish it would move on in my direction! The fun part was seeing my youngest son get a ride in the car. Of course there was a burnout involved. You should have seen the smile on his face. I could not get a picture because they were following me to the location. Here is two of the pictures being used for the auction site and then some fun ones on a country road.

Of course I used my Fuji X-Pro 1 for all the shooting and the trusty 35mm lens. I love the way Fuji keeps on updating the firmware. It makes for a new camera all over again. Lighting was provided by a Buff Einstein to counter the sun. 

 

66 Dodge Charger, Fuji X-Pro1

66 Dodge Charger, Fuji X-Pro1

66 Dodge Charger, Fuji X-Pro1


Comments

3.DonI(non-registered)
Really wonderful photos! Can you tell me about the post-processing?
2.Ian McLaren(non-registered)
Hi Anthony

Sore back or not you have created images to be proud of!

Regards

Ian
1.Jorge Moro(non-registered)
As soon as I saw it I knew what it was! LOL. As previous owner of a 1968 327 Corvette Convertible, 1 1971 Boss 351 Mustang, and at least two Chevelles this is one amazing Plymouth! My Godfather had one when I was a kid. He used to take me for rides in it and seriously do some heavy duty burn outs! Thanks for the memories, and outstanding images!
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