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Skoda Kodiaq was SO CLOSE to look really great, but…

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.

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Well, the Abarth 595 Competizione is a nice way to end a beautiful story

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.

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This is the fifth or the sixth Honda Civic I got on a test, so there isn’t anything new

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.

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My prime lenses story: It started with a failure at the worst possible moment

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!

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