Do you want to see some supercar photos? Yes. You're in look. From the Porsche 911 Turbo S to the Lamborghini Huracan EVO - have I got a treat for you in my supercar virtual gallery. Porsche 911 Turbo S (991.2)
When I saw a vivid sunset at Porsche Centre Chester, while I took a picture of a Porsche Cayman; I thought "I need to go outside to take this picture of a Porsche 911 Turbo S"! The evening felt bitter, but I had to capture this moment of the Porsche 911 Turbo S basking in the evening light. Wow! After editing this picture of the Porsche 911 Turbo S, I noticed how vibrant the sunset appeared, while how balanced the white paint job looked on this Porsche. BMW i8 Roadster
From a performance aspect, the BMW i8 Roadster isn't a supercar. It uses an engine from a Mini Cooper. However, from regarding looks. It's arguably a supercar! The earlier image of this BMW i8 Roadster looked lacklustre.; but when adding a glorious sunset made this composite of the i8 Roadster stand out. Lamborghini Huracan EVO
Who says rains ruins supercars? Not me! From the atmospheric ground; to droplets on the paint job. On a rainy day at Lamborghini Manchester, I decided to take a picture of Grigio Artis Lamborghini Huracan EVO. That day I discovered how glorious the raindrops looked on the matte grey Huracan EVO. Aston Martin Vantage
On the way to a prestige dealership, I fueled up from up at the motorway service station. Before I departed from the service station; I saw a Comos Orange Aston Martin Vantage pop out in the car park. I had a limited amount of time to take pictures of this Aston Martin Vantage. I didn't put much thought into this picture of the Vantage until I discovered that Aston Martin sold four units of the Cosmos Orange Vantage that year. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2)
Last July at Tunerfest, was a supercar display. There was a McLaren 600LT Spider, Liberty Walk Nissan GTR and other supercars. Most importantly, there was a Lava Oranged Porsche 911 GT3 RS with carbon fibre goodies. Yay! It was a tough challenge attempting to take a picture of this GT3 RS. Supercars attract both photographers and the public alike. I had a limited amount of time capturing this picture of the Porsche without anyone in the frame. Conclusion Supercars are desirable, rapid, and you've only got a finite amount of time to get the pictures. You've got to have your wits about you when capturing these pieces of art. Most importantly, a supercar has got to look desirable and stir the soul.
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