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author Olivier Deme
title Warp Drive
date9/26/2002 4:18:35 AM
detailsFor this picture, I installed the camera with a tripod as firmly as possible at the back sit of my car. I set the aperture to f11 and focused on the dashboard. Film used is Fuji Sensia 100. I then asked my friend, Greg, to sit at the back and press as firmly as possible the tripod to the car's floor during the driving for keeping the camera as steady as possible. I then asked him to take pictures with different exposure times while I was driving. I found the best results were made at about 15s and when I was driving in a straight line.
The blue streak is an ambulance overtaking.
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1 Les McLean (**** ))   (9/26/2002 4:43:37 AM)
What an unusual shot....very dramatic...I love the converging gives the shot a nice balanced feel.

I'm pleased to see you weren't speeding :)
2 gdanger (George Dangerfield)   (9/26/2002 5:09:52 AM)
I'm a big fan of time exposure photography Olivier, this is very creatively done, a great feeling of motion and speed!
3 Brites dos Santos (Artur JBS)   (9/26/2002 6:23:54 AM)
Excellent technique... very good work Olivier.
4 ckldybr (A perfect photo is just a click away)   (9/26/2002 9:46:53 AM)
Warp speed indeed. You've executed a creative idea very well Olivier. The focused dash and placement of your hands enhances the feeling of movement. Take care. Barb.
5 Amuletum ( )   (9/26/2002 11:42:55 AM)
I love what you've done here ... I tried this once before, too. Only I didn't have the dashboard in it and I got similar results as yours, only mine was through rain. Clever to include the dashboard... I think it all works well. Thanks for the technical info.
6 Ivan (Ivan Miksik)   (9/26/2002 11:47:51 AM)
Excellent photo - with many new informations about how is possible to make interesting type of photo. Thanks!
7 PAntunes   (9/26/2002 2:30:31 PM)
Superb. Like it all even the explanation of the methodology to get this pics. Take care Police usually don't like wrap speed :))))
8 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (9/26/2002 2:43:07 PM)
Great idea, but there is not enough detail in the dashboard for me.
9 Claudia Robinson (looie's mom :-o)   (9/26/2002 6:52:58 PM)
Olivier, you went the extra mile, so to speak. Very good photo!
10 davetheplantman   (9/26/2002 8:09:06 PM)
I agree with Claudia!
11 jdking   (9/26/2002 8:09:31 PM)
Very interesting technique Oliver. The sensation of speed is well captured. And thanks for the details on how you did this.
12 Stephen Bonk   (9/28/2002 10:47:04 PM)
This is very cool. I love it. Thnaks for the explanation of how you did it. (9)
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