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I put the money from freelance jobs into camera equipment, my friends invest their regular income into cars. Alain recently got himself a BMW 3 and Joe had tweaked his gorgeous Ford Focus ST a bit further (one day I’ll buy me one of those…). Unfortunately it began to rain after sunset, so we postponed the nightshots until next time.
Trivia: Googling around, I found another Ford Focus picture, where the photographer seems to have been a bit trigger-happy with the clone tool. Not only did he or she remove potential distractions from the chassis reflections, but the door handles disappeared as well.

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  1. Georges

    I really like those pictures and would be glad to see more car photos on your site. :)

    May 04, 2008 @ 23:03

  2. Martin

    Thats not the clone tool, the door handles have been removed and filled in and painted. The doors are opened with solenoids and a remote

    May 28, 2008 @ 19:14

  3. gloda

    Ah, not in this case. You can easily spot the cloning tool’s been at use because the lines from the clouds are interrupted. Have a closer look, or even fire up Photoshop and overlay the place where the handle should be with the adjacent area on the left – they are identical.

    Jun 02, 2008 @ 19:33