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Canon EOS 1D Mark IV - Canon EF70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM - 70mm 1/160 f3.5 ISO 100

In our extended gallery we share some of our work with you, from the composition or the editing of the shots you can distill ideas for your own work. If you would like to share your photographs with us feel free to use the Contact form, we are always looking for great car shots.

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