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A Porsche 911

A Porsche 911

This was taken in the early hours of this morning. Its an interesting car to work with because I found the shape appeared to change depending on the angle. The location worked a lot better than I anticipated, with the very cool graffiti behind the car.

Last nights exhibition went very well. It was the launch of Another Late Night’s latest issue, Metropolis. The entire magazine was printed up and laid out like a gallery. I was lucky enough to have my own section with some of my HDR work around the city. It proved to be quite popular. I was chatting to all kinds of people from Liverpool and even Germany! A few people suggested I should launch a postcard range, which I am now looking into. The craziest moment though was when I gave someone my business card which had this photo from the Condi Rice protest on it. He then spoke to a friend who said it looked like someone. The original guy came over to tell me and about a minute later the actual girl from the shot appeared saying “Some photographer has me on his business card!” How small a world is that? All in all it was a great night out. Nice to see familiar faces that I’ve met over the past year. Thanks to Charles and Dave from Another Late Night, and the Alima Centre. The exhibition is on till the 13th of April.

Camera: Canon 30D // Sigma 10-20 // Focal Length: 10.0mm // Exposure Time: 1/10 // Aperture: f/8.0 // ISO: 100

5 comments on “A Porsche 911

  1. I really like the contrast between the shiny, sleek porsche, the gritty ground, and the graffiti. Interesting shot.

  2. Nice place of the car in the frame – it’s the way the figure on the wall is looking over the boot. Strangely the real buzz for me are the paving slabs…!

  3. Oh and congrats on the exhibition!

  4. Sweet! Everything looks very cool, particularly the awning above the door ;)

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