Porsche 918 Spyder  |  Spotted in Paris, France

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Porsche 918 Spyder spotted in Paris, France

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    Paris, France
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    Porsche 918 Spyder Gyzmo 7  
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Comments (22 total)
100th like my friend, very nice shot
Posted:  12/26/2014 15:00:37
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My list goes;
Veyron > 918 > Hennessey Venom > Huayra > LaFerrari > Koenigsegg > Veneno > P1
Posted:  10/03/2014 13:39:58
I actually think that the Veyron is the worst loking, the 918 is the best, the P1 is the second best and the LaFerrart is the 3rd best. Nevertheless everyone has their own opinions.
Posted:  10/03/2014 12:16:15
I think the Veyron is the best looking and the 918 is second
Posted:  10/03/2014 11:51:44
i agree with you about the laferrari and veyron, but not the P1. that tops all in terms of looks
Posted:  10/03/2014 10:40:16
That is a beautiful car.
Posted:  10/02/2014 23:26:41
l/f nice find
Posted:  10/02/2014 13:07:16
Yeah someone in Raleigh is getting one too. I hope I'll be able to spot it, because I haven't had much luck with ultra-exotics yet.
Posted:  10/02/2014 12:38:51
Great spot! There's a guy where I live who's getting one just like this soon, can't wait to see it.
Posted:  10/01/2014 22:43:39
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Those wheels are a $36,000+ option. Awesome spotting!
Posted:  10/01/2014 20:11:55
Helps to tripod your camera or least monopod it. Nice car, beautiful shot, on the fence the blue/red stripes.
Posted:  10/01/2014 18:49:02
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That looks awesome L & F
Posted:  10/01/2014 18:17:31
Epic shot GyzmoSeven!!!
I want to go to Paris now to see it.
Posted:  10/01/2014 15:45:15
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Hyoung, I use a D3200 also. You turn the dial on the top to "S" and lower it all the way down to either 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 and take a photo of a parked car by a road. The camera has to be on a tripod though and you have to be taking the photo in the night (or with a very strong neutral density filter in the evening). Any shake ruins it. And a car has to drive by to make the lights (or light painting but that isn't easy to do with a car next to a street).
Posted:  10/01/2014 15:44:12
Amazing spot and shot but Howard: what do you mean by blurring the lights in the background? The streaks?
Posted:  10/01/2014 15:43:30
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SICK!!!!! L&F
Posted:  10/01/2014 15:24:48
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i tried figuring it out on my D3200, but i gave up.
Posted:  10/01/2014 14:46:49
Amazing car & shot!
Posted:  10/01/2014 14:42:10
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Hyoung you up the exposure time and shutter speed.
Posted:  10/01/2014 14:29:07
i always wonder, how do you blur the lights in the background? that's amazing
Posted:  10/01/2014 14:11:22
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