chicken n waffles wrote:jason, let's see those *pics*!!
WRXWagon2112 wrote:Darrin - Btw, I've got your grill, charcoal and lighter fluid. Oh, and the DCAWD sign. Wanna meet up for lunch sometime this week and "transfer the goods"?
VIPGarage wrote:PTuning and company looked awesome with that Tc. I was loving the sound and look of the car.
MrC@ptuning.com wrote:You guys need to step it up and enter a car in the event next year, especially the AWD modify. It all good friendly competition. We need to make this event a big east coast event, since it's the only thing around here that gets TV coverage--free advertisement.
avriette wrote:So, uh, Sandy took a whole lot of pictures. Unfortunately, the shutter speed was set to 1/32 for most of the motion shots, and this meant that most cars are a blur (think about this: 60mph = 88fps, 120mph = 176fps, so the car moves anywhere from 2-5ft or more per frame). I cranked it way back towards the end, after realizing what was going on, but still most of them didn't turn out. The stills are fine. Some of the motion pictures are fine.
Anyways (When I started this post, I didn't have a smugmug account. Wow, they totally kick Flickr's ass. In fact, they remind me of Flickr before they became Yickr.), I think the most badass photo of the day is actually Mr. Monkee. I gotta get the man a pistol and a trenchcoat or something.
Oh, and no boob shots (well, 'cept the Amazing Three Boobed Chick), sorry. Also, I will be uploading the rest of the pictures (from the Sony, I only got the Nikon today) probably tomorrow. That stupid camera uses this wonky mini-memory-stick thing that requires special parts to read. Gr. Before the next event, I think I'm going to walk Sandy through "So you bought a Nikon SLR..." before hand.
Phibs wrote:Nice pics! From the looks of them it seems you could also use a UV filter?
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