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mackey
Have a client that wants some shots done tomorrow and I'm thinking about rigging, even though they'll be demoing the car as well. I figured I could try and get some really clean rig drift shots too..

Anyone have any examples I can get my head around?

I'm looking around, don't see a lot.
Jacob Photo
I think it will be easier to do all the work in post than to worry about rigging it...

Steve Demmitt has done a few, you might try giving him a call.

Also:
http://forums.dieselstation.com/index.php?showtopic=28901

PS - be sure to call the driver a Pikey. He'll like it smile.gif
maciek.evo
propably it's after all but smile.gif

i did this recently biggrin.gif

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibiwIQRuls8

result:



after all thoughts- if it'd be done in the daytime, with quicker shuttrspeed, and mounted on other surface than the shaky bonnet, focused correctly, didn't leave the camera strap i think it might work smile.gif if no, then + 2 more poles try again tongue.gif that's my plan tongue.gif
GFWilliams
maciek.evo - You're a braver man then me!!!

I might try to better this today:
Dragos
Your a brave man maciek.evo smile.gif) i'll never try that!
Nice job GFWilliams very believable
Kasper
Wow maciek.evo! Thats just crazy brave!
Thanks for posting, just gave me an great idea smile.gif thanks!
Seethegrim
Holy crap Maciek, thats some huge trust! Imagine you could have gotten some dust/dirt on the road to give you a better sense of which side of the car is moving.
maciek.evo
haha, thanks guys! biggrin.gif i'm glad you appreciate it biggrin.gif
i was a bit afraid but even though image didn't came out good- it was a great experience biggrin.gif definitely made me to push it futher smile.gif
mackey
I did it, and have something that I might post.
showoff3civic
QUOTE(Jacob Photo @ Mar 28 2010, 09:00 PM) *
I think it will be easier to do all the work in post than to worry about rigging it...

Steve Demmitt has done a few, you might try giving him a call.

Also:
http://forums.dieselstation.com/index.php?showtopic=28901

PS - be sure to call the driver a Pikey. He'll like it smile.gif



holy shit +1 to the driver that was awesome!
GFWilliams
Go on mackey - you put it on flickr, so you might as well post it here (and explain how you did it while you're at it!)

George
mackey
QUOTE(GFWilliams @ Mar 31 2010, 02:03 AM) *
Go on mackey - you put it on flickr, so you might as well post it here (and explain how you did it while you're at it!)

George


Let's just say I decided to be very brave with my gear this time around.

I might make a post on my site in the coming weeks on it. Haven't decided yet (it's not rocket science to figure out, but I've got other things to handle first).
GFWilliams
QUOTE(mackey @ Mar 31 2010, 07:50 PM) *
Let's just say I decided to be very brave with my gear this time around.

I might make a post on my site in the coming weeks on it. Haven't decided yet (it's not rocket science to figure out, but I've got other things to handle first).


Rolling burnout with other shots comped to help with sharpness?
Nate047
I would just rent a camera/lens and actually have the guy drift it lol... or do one of those sloooooow sliding drifts like they do in the pits to warm up the tires
tennfan1125
Great photos, what type of trigger do you use for your setup
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