• Jan 30th 2008 at 5:56PM
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click above for more images of the Lambo LP640 taken by Supercarmovies.com

We're big fans of car photography and videos here at Autoblog if you couldn't tell. We bloggers take all our own photos and shoot our own video. We've gotten a lot better at it over time, but even we have to admit that Autoblog's like an independent studio compared to the professionals at Supercarmovies.com. We hear their entire team is comprised of former high school A/V club presidents, but that's just a rumor.

So we're glad that the Supercarmovies.com team tips us off when new material gets published. Today they've unveiled a multimedia package devoted entirely to a Lamborghini LP640. We don't know who gave them the keys, but we're eager to introduce ourselves. Check out a trailer of the short film after the jump and a sample gallery of their photography below. Visit the website here to view the Lamborghini LP640 feature in high-definition. It's not just a video thrown together by some bloggers. It's got a plot, sexual tension... even dry ice!

[Source: Supercarmovies.com]





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      • 7 Years Ago
      Best car movie site hands down, as good if not better than BMW films...love it!
      • 7 Years Ago
      great videos! though did anyone else notice that the wiesmann has plain old vented disks? i find that odd...
      • 7 Years Ago
      So when is Autoblog getting a Helicopter to film their Autoblog Garage stories? Could have gotten some nice shots of that R8 from a helo.
      • 7 Years Ago
      This stuff makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside :-)
      • 7 Years Ago
      Beautiful car, but why are there jaggies and pixellation whenever this site resizes an image? They all look like garbage until you 'view image'.
        • 7 Years Ago
        I'm really surprised to hear some people are seeing jagged images in the galleries. We tested them on all the major browsers, and in my case, they appear perfectly clear in Safari, Camino and Firefox.

        High-res images are uploaded at 1280 pixels wide, and the galleries tell your browser to scale them down to a slightly smaller width (I think it's around 800 pixels wide, not sure) initially.

        If you are seeing jagged images, you can click on the "1280" button right above the pic to see at full resolution with no scaling, and as you click the arrow to see more images, it will keep showing you full resolution pics until you click the button again. Hope that helps!
        • 7 Years Ago
        It uses simple browser resizing, which is possibly the crappiest type of resizing.

        However, it doesn't actually drop the pixels! I thought it did, until I figured it out.

        Try this on a crappy resized pic that looks like it is probably a lot bigger:
        * Right click on image, save it to your computer
        * open the image - it'll be the REAL size, most likely MUCH larger, and actually clear!

        I actually miss the days of the old gallery, truth be told. Now when you click on a photo it goes to the next one, which doesn't make any sense. Isn't that what there are arrows for?
        • 7 Years Ago
        No, Firefox does a decent job resizing images. This is whatever applet they're using. It's crap.
        • 7 Years Ago
        The gallery isn't using any kind of re-sampling when displaying the images at a smaller resolution, it just tells your web browser to cram the full sized image into a smaller space, and you web browser just starts dropping pixels until it fits.

        I think.
      • 7 Years Ago
      that website is AAAMAAZZZAAAZZZIIINNGGG!!! More cars please!
      • 7 Years Ago
      wow! I will look forward on that movie! When it will be shown in the cinema?

      http://cars.ozfreeonline.com
      • 7 Years Ago
      Thanks soooo much for this site, the videos are maybe the best car videos i've ever put my eyes on... God, these guy know their jobs ! maybe one little thing, i think that earing a bit more of the engines would be nice but still, amazing job. Kudos to the crew.