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Ford BA XR6 at night by John Jovic

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Ford BA XR6 rig shot.

Rig shots, the equipment and techniques used to create them are explained here

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  • LostBoy1
    LostBoy1over 7 years ago

    These images are sublime…you could call this one “Acid Rush”

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 7 years ago

    Seriously exceptional work John, this is in a world of its own… truly talented stuff here…. Love it!!!

  • John Jovic
    John Jovicover 7 years ago

    LostBoy1, nice one, wish I’d though of that myself.
    Paul, thank you very much, really.

  • Alex Lau
    Alex Lauover 7 years ago

    I love your all car photos!!! Can you suggest where can I buy or custom made one of these tripod please?

  • Alex Lau
    Alex Lauover 7 years ago

    I love your all car photos!!! Can you suggest where can I buy or custom made one of these tripod please?

  • John Jovic
    John Jovicover 7 years ago

    Thanks Alex. Thing is this, it is a custom made rig so you really can’t just buy it off the shelf. It’s simple enough to make, just suction cups, aluminium beam and a bit of experimentation.

  • Lost Lost
    Lost Lostover 7 years ago

    These images you get are bloody stunning, love them all!

  • Nick Hartigan
    Nick Hartiganover 7 years ago

    beautiful colour and a great shot not to mention how good the car is

  • J. Sprink
    J. Sprinkalmost 7 years ago

    great shot! You should get one smoking the tires form that angle!

  • I’ve already done that a few years ago, but from the front of the car looking back (rig attached to the front of the car). It was used for the front cover of an issue of Fast Fours, somewhere around 2003-4. It’s very difficult to get a sharp image when you do that kind of thing as it makes the rig shake too much, Photoshop trickery can usually fix all that. These kinds of shots are actually best done with the car rolling with the engine off as it’s the best way to reduce vibration and therefore ensure a sharp image.

    – John Jovic

  • J. Sprink
    J. Sprinkalmost 7 years ago

    i know what ya mean….i’ve got a couple long-exp pics like that on here, but my mount was tucked alot closer to the car so I got very little vibration.

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