ERGH This happens so often.
Walking down the street and then a wild supercar appears.
Whip up the camera takes shots.
Tree in the way.
Not going to lie. I do like sneaky ‘spotted’ shots. Though this is an example of a shot captured in Paris that has too much obstruction from the environment…But then again…could be worse.
– Have your camera ready…Always.
– Have a trigger finger to quickly turn your camera on/off
– If you always shoot in M: The more shots you take throughout the day, the more ready you will be for a surprise – as your camera will be set to a kind of pre-set from your last shot.
–> If not, because you always shoot in M, you may be lucky enough to have a ‘sleight of finger’ – changing your aperture and shutter at incredible speeds!
– If you always shoot in Auto, P, S or A: The camera should be able to work its magic. Good luck though, it can be a bit of a mixed bag – Especially low light.
General Rule: Try to keep a high shutter speed to minimize blur and to get a clear shot…However, low shutter works well if you are a freak at panning. Something I can’t say I’m very good at.
Lamborghini Aventador spotted in Piccadilly,London – lit up nicely by all the famous advertising screens.
Another F12 Berlinetta, this time spotted in Prague, Czech Republic.
Taking spotting to the next level and creating a composition to create some more emotion. Both the horse carriage and Audi R8 are real.
Spotted: Salzburg, Austria
Waiting for some friends who were shopping, I sat outside to people watch…
458 Spotted: London, England.
Yes i realise this post is already Ferrari crazy…But this is different.
Enzo Spotted: London, England.
You don’t always need to have a shot of the whole car to create some atmosphere.
599 Spotted: London, England.
If you end up with a tree in the way…there’s only one way to describe that feeling…Bad Luck.