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Superman’s x-ray vision would make some things a whole lot easier like playing poker or parallel parking, and in some ways that technology is close at hand.
The New York International Auto Show is looking for aspiring automotive photographers to submit their best pictures for a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to New York to attend the auto show during the press preview.
The trip for two includes airfare, accommodations and show credentials. The first-place winner will be named the “Official Roving Photographer” of the NYIAS. As if that wasn’t cool enough, that person also gets a new Canon EOS Rebel T3i DSLR to shoot with. The second prize winner won’t travel but still gets a T3i DSLR while third place walks away with a $250 Visa gift card.
The three winning photos will be chosen by fans voting on the Snap MyLife contest page. The competition will close on March 25th, so head there now if you’ve got something to show off.
[Source: Snap My Life NYIAS Contest]
Ever wonder how Top Gear gets all those cool rolling shots of cars sliding around their own airfield? It’s certainly not done by standing in a field with a camcorder and a tripod.
The trick to getting those kinds of shots is to use a camera car with a vehicle mounted crane, a very common tactic in Hollywood movies and anything with high production values. Greg Harvey of cranecar.com directed this short, featuring an Audi R8 V10, and while it may look like any other well-made hoonage video, you only need to visit the website to see their awesome Audi RS6 camera car (painted matte black) to get an idea of exactly what goes into making a video like this.
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