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Post your "Out of my vehicle" photos here *Revised*
Old 08-20-2005   #1
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Post your "Out of my vehicle" photos here *Revised*

OK, we will post our one roll, one camera, taken from a vehicle photos here. Only post your best four here and a link to the rest if you want to post them in a gallery.
I will see if Joe will make this a sticky.
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but you love it. Besides if we didn't you would be out of a job.
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I don't tend to take too many photos from out of my vehicle. Am I missing something?
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Here's the link to the project
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I just checked that link and was surprised at the volume. Good luck guys, have fun.
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So, uh, stupid question here, are we just supposed to post the photos here in the message thread as attachments or what? Thanks.
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XA2, Tri-X @ 800 in Diafine (because it wont go to 1250). The last shot breaks all the rules, digicam shot the week before the contest, more than four, etc... but it was so odd to see it going down the road that I had to paste a pic. I once saw a VW New Beetle going down the road painted in black and white with a "Whale Tail" spoiler and a dorsal fin, with a license plate that made it obvious it was owned by Sea World. (Shamu 3 or something like that, plus the other advertising was a bit more than the average "wrap"). And I do mean Whale Tail as in Orca and not "i put this crap on my car to make it look faster".

I know it's an XA2, but I would've shot the GSN in the same way, most things you could shoot from the car will be at least 20 ft away.)

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Well, I guess you just post them here.

This is probably the only entry I'll make. It's of a very nasty cloud formation, which I saw on the way back from work. I actually got off the expressway and did a turn-around on the local street to catch this. There was really no place to park to see it. It was a total slop-shot made while driving. This is the best of the 3 frames I took quickly. I really couldn't stop to compose or anything ...
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NC. Yikes I didn't realize I uploaded the large versions. Sorry. I usually try to keep it below 800x800 for uploads. I keep meaning to post a picture of the cows whenever someone starts a "street photography" thread.
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Hey, I decided on which camera and lens. It will take some time to fill the film.
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Here are my four and a link to the rest of the good ones from the roll. I was surprised at how many things I found in my everyday travels. Of course it is not unusual fo me to drive 100 miles a day. I tried to keep it diverse. I am going to do it again with the new Konica.
I used my Canon QL 17 GIII and C-41 B&W and various filters
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Here are my four and a link to the rest of the good ones from the roll. I was surprised at how many things I found in my everyday travels. Of course it is not unusual fo me to drive 100 miles a day. I tried to keep it diverse. I am going to do it again with the new Konica.
I used my Canon QL 17 GIII and C-41 B&W and various filters
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Hi Rick

one question. Do I have to be 'moving' when I take these shots or can they be taken while stopped in the vehicle?

Just wondered 'cause I might rear end some one in downtown Toronto traffic if I try to take shots while I'm moving.

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preferably stopped. The only requirement is it be taken from in/on the vehicle
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How about 'in vehicle' photos?
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XAos love the photos especially the plane. You can see some wierd stuff on the road.
dmr436 Looks like one of our tornado storms. You should see the skies with Katrina bearing down
ducttape very unusual take on the project
Terence I thought the dog was driving
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How about 'in vehicle' photos?
heh... I've got one or two of these - Love that 15mm

Can't wait to post a few of mine once I get the rest processed and they (hopefully) turn out decent

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This made a good car camera... With it's simple meter and one setting
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Well, finished a roll with my XA on our trip to Hungary - mostly from the moving car, so I hope at least a few will turn out. I used 800 ASA color neg film, to get faster shutter speeds, gotta drop it off for developing tomorrow....

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Actually it was the old cow who was driving when she cut me off just as were both turning off the highway. The dog was much cuter.
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Here's 3 shots from the car, taken with my Oly XA. So easy to carry all the time, any other camera would be in a bag out of reach.

Can anyone identify the car in the first shot? We get virtually no US cars in Ireland so I have no idea.

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Nick, looks like an old Ford Thunderbird to me.. early 60's, but I'm not sure exactly what year. You can tell by the big T-bird emblem right in the center. Nice!

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I like the rainy night shot, though it looks like you're about to crash, what not being able to see out the windshield and driving on the wrong side of the road and all.

I actually reversed one of mine since I was the first poster, I didnt want it to look like I took it while driving, so I did a horizontal flip and it looks like it's out the passenger window. Now that everybody is doing it, I guess it's ok.
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I like the rainy night shot, though it looks like you're about to crash, what not being able to see out the windshield and driving on the wrong side of the road and all.
Hehe, well for the rainy night shot the car was parked (but on the correct side of the road ) And on this side of the atlantic we say windscreen!

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And curses because I missed a really great "OTW" shot. Week before last I got a chance to ride in the open cab rear facing seats of another station's fire truck. Can't ride on the tailboards anymore, so this is about as close as we get now. Seat was in the cab section, my feet were on the floor of the bed section and feeling them move relative to my seat was just kinda freaky. Once we got underway I thought... am I actually wearing a seatbelt, or did I just strap myself into this airpack (it was the seatbelt). I'm at a little podunk volunteer station, so getting to play with the city folks nice purty expensive gear is a lot of fun. The camera probably couldn't capture the essence anyway missing the diesel sound, smell, and air rushing past.
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I really like the rainy shot. You guys are turning in some awesome photos under the project restrictions.
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just a quick shot from my last visit to the Windy City a month ago (I was taking shots out the window before this topic ever came up.. I'm way ahead of you guys!)
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OK, here's my four. Canon P with Elmar 90/4. I haven't used that lens much so this was an interesting exercise. Three from in town, and one from a drive into the country.
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Just picked up the prints from the roll of Agfa Vista 800 I shot in my Oly XA on our trip to Hungary - mostly from the moving car, and they are pretty lame compared to some of those I've seen here...

From left to right:

Taking off from Vienna in the rain
Tanks of an oil refinery just outside of town
Windmill country
Welcome to Hungary (at the border)
Arriving at Nicole's family's holiday cottage
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Passing a train
Countryside
Horse-drawn wagon bringing in the harvest
Veszprem Castle (from the parking lot...)
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Following Denis' car from his house to the city cener of Varazdin, we had to wait at this railroad crossing

Coming back from the city center, we had to stop there again (Can you spot the difference? Hint: The difference is why we could not do a lot of shooting there...)
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OK, the last ones:

Sümeg Castle
Shilouette of a water tower
Passing a cyclist
Nicole at the wheel
Going towards Vienna in the setting sun
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First one is with the RF645 resting on the dashboard... dangerous December conditions with fog, snow, ice.

Second is the following Spring, shooting a Fuji GA645Wi one-handed out the driver's side window while moving about the same speed as the train.
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here are some from the semester. gave it a little story arc here.
all shot with the hexar rf and 50/1.4 nikkor, except for the third one, which was with an oly xa.

i really dig your shots, chenick and joefriday.
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great shots, Doug! I'm not even sure which I like more
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Took this shot back in April with a Nikkormat Ftn, yeah its not a rangefinder but I love this shot. I used a Nikkor 50/1.4 and Ilford Delta 400 film. I got a lift back out to Oakville with my brother after I sold my old car.

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Thanks, Brett! Don't know if it would help choosing to know the first shot was from a Ford Ranger pickup (you can see some of the red taillights reflected in its hood) and the second from a BMW M3...
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