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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by youtimestwo, Dec 29, 2013.
Wanted a clear shot of the new driver suit I found. Really reminds me of Steve McQueen's Gulf suit in Le Mans. This picture also makes me sad that the 1969 C2 isn't a premium car. The pixels on the edges are very dated.
Been doing too much stuff in Ferraris lately. Had to get back to my first love.
First, a road ZR1 taking care of a BMW McLaren F1 GTR at Apricot Hill
Second, a little meeting of the generations in Madrid
Photo dump incoming...
First up, those familiar tail lights headed up Eau Rouge
Doing some hot laps at the fastest road in the west
Hurdling my favorite restomod down the corkscrew at Laguna Seca
What a beautiful car
And finally, the Callaway C12: Corvette Better (this car actually sounds pretty good too... relative to the rest of the game's sounds)
Completed my Corvette collection with the C5.R and promptly took it to Le Mans. I really wish it was a premium ride. Here's hoping the C6.R and the C7.R somehow land in GT7.
Corvettes leading Fords through the Ford Chicanes... hehe
And, in an alternate timeline... Corvette wins the 1964 24 Heures du Mans!
I don't usually go for the dark photo/lens flare type shots, but I thought I'd play around with it tonight.
the open road
The Green Hell was just that for me last night...
Despite a number of spins, understeers, bumps and bruises, I managed to grab the lead and had a 4-second advantage on the BMW McLaren F1 GTR as we rounded the GP circuit on the final lap.
Things started going down hill on the first part of the Nordschleife when the front of my ZR1 got airborne at the crest of a rise. No, I don't have hydraulics installed...
The nose came down hard and led to this spin...
Miraculously I was able to maintain the lead, but it wasn't mean to be. The F1 caught up to me somewhere approaching the Carousel and as I cut a minor apex just a little bit too close, I got airborne again. This time it cost me the lead... and ultimately the race.
The GTLM ZR1 handles a wet Nordschleife exceptionally well. The production ZR1 -- a bit heavier but generating more HP and torque than the GTLM -- does not at all. Perhaps I should go back to racing the GTLM car.
So here's my latest set. For those that haven't seen my previous photos, I lean toward action photos and photos that tell a story rather than artistic shots. I've spent some time as a sports photographer IRL so I like to think I have a better eye for the action.
First up... If you ain't cheatin, you ain't trying...
But sometimes when you cheat, it don't work...
In this case, I got a little wide on the last sharp turn going into the home curve on Ascari
The car got sideways and started sliding at an angle. The nose popped over the apex and somehow I regained control in the right line.
an aesthetic pictorial narrative
three feet of brick
"Every picture tells a story, don't it."
Rod Stewart - 1971
Sad...the Corvette post is on the second page?! Time to resurrect it lol!
How do you get the hood open