Since the AutoIQ story is long over, I have no more chance to photograph interesting cars and publish them. Most of the cars I’ve published in 2017 are from the archive, but a friend of mine got me a half an hour with the new Skoda Kodiaq. I couldn’t resist that, so I took my camera and only one lens (Sigma 24mm f/1.4 ART) and I went to capture a couple of photos. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much time, and the car was a bit dirty, so I had to work with what I got.
Tag: prime lens
This is going to be a special post. Today is, on the day I’m writing this, the December 29th, 2016, I’ll have to wait for some time before I can publish this because there are information I still can’t share with anybody. The story is the following: This car, Abarth 595 Competizione, is the last one I’ve photographed for the AutoIQ Magazine because after almost five years, this magazine is shutting down. I’ll share a very special post about it in the following weeks, because this one is all about the Abarth.
After the red one, white one, grey one, blue one (this color was AWESOME!), I got yet another one on a test. Maybe the title is a bit harsh, but keep in mind that I LOVE this car and I enjoyed having it. Especially when you see how the next generation will look like. After seeing those photos, I think I’ll miss this generation.
I’ve always been a practical photographer: I had to have two lenses with me that cover the biggest focal range. Those two lenses were the 17-40mm f/4 and the 70-200mm f/2.8 (both Canon’s). There is a big gap between the 40 and the 70mm, but I would fill it with the 50mm f/1.4 from Sigma. I always had to have the widest and the longest focal length with me, just in case!