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    Featured: How and why automakers work hard to camouflage their cars

    Carmakers assign engineers to be in charge of developing bespoke camouflage for each new model. We've all see those photos of hotly anticipated upcoming models wrapped in black padding and crazy checkerboard and swirl patterns, and maybe wondered if all that is really necessary. It is no ...

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    Featured: Autoblog's Top 100 Photographs of 2013

    2013 was another big, beautiful year here at Autoblog, and we've got the pictures to prove it. We've scoured the site for our 100 favorite photographs from the year that is coming to a close, with the resultant gallery being lovely to look at and a fond way to remember an excellent annum in ...

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    Video: Car-L RC buggy gets up close and personal with pride of lions

    Before the team at Autoblog could drive actual cars, we cut our teeth on remote-controlled facsimiles, building ramps, jumps and all manner of obstacles, in a bid to destroy our cars test our driving prowess. For most of us, though, once we were old enough to drive, or at least consider driving, ...

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    Video: Let Nissan teach you how to shoot your car

    Anyone can take a picture of his car. But is it a good picture? Probably not. However, the folks at Nissan offer up some solid tips on getting the most out of your photo instead of trying to rely on photoshop afterward. The video below offers some great step-by-step instructions, but here are ...

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    The List: The List #0096: Photograph Your Car Like A Pro

    Photographing cars is near and dear to our hearts at Autoblog. We're proud of the images we publish in our reviews because we take nearly all of them ourselves rather than hiring photographers to do the work for us, and the man who sets the bar for our team is Director of Photography, Drew ...

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    Video: How to photograph the Aventador like a pro using Forza 4, a lightbulb and a stick [w/video]

    Nine times out of ten, if the Autoblog crew isn't talking cars, we're discussing cameras. Or cat videos. But mostly cameras. We love shooting the world's newest vehicles almost as much as we enjoy driving them, and odds are we aren't alone. If you've ever wondered how the real pros manage to get ...

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    Peter Lippmann's Paradise Parking shows the power of nature

    We're all familiar with barn finds, but what happens when cars don't have barns to protect them? The results look like Peter Lippmann's photographic series, Paradise Parking, in which four-wheeled classics are shown half digested by the relentlessly hungry matron we call Mother ...

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    Exclusive: Autoblog's Top 100 Photographs of 2011

    We are nearly at the end of 2011, and that means another 365 days of driving the latest cars and attending automotive events around the world. Of course, we constantly have our cameras at our sides so we can share everything with you, and we take a lot of pride in bringing you beautiful, high-res ...

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    Rankin takes on the Spirit of Ecstasy in celebration of her centenary

    Few marques are as encapsulated in their hood ornaments as is Rolls-Royce. (Which could be largely because Rolls-Royce is one of the last automakers still using hood ornaments.) Its iconic Spirit of Ecstasy, as we've been covering, celebrates its centenary this year. And as much as the Flying ...

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    Ducati and Elizabeth Raab team up for ultimate garage art

    Ducati Desmo Photography Collection by Elizabeth Raab – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Designers have been coaxing organic shapes out of cold metal and composites for generations, and while few are so bold as to recreate the bombshell lines that we saw on display in the early ...

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    Autoblog's Top 100 Photographs of 2010

    Autoblog's Top 100 Photographs of 2010 - Click above for high-res image gallery
    It's the end of the 2010, and here at Autoblog, that means we've frittered away another 365 days driving great cars and going to the world's best automotive events. While we certainly enjoy getting to do those things, ...

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    Video: The Secret Lives of Car Photographers - Making a Lamborghini Murcielago SV look its best

    The secret art of automotive photography – Click above to watch the video after the jump
    Over the past few years here at Autoblog, we've come to pride ourselves on our photography. But far from convincing ourselves that we're the be-all-and-end-all, if anything, our drive to provide better ...

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    VIDEO: Presenting the Kustom Kar photography of George Barris

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    If you look up the name George Barris, you'll find two famous individuals from the same era. One snapped iconic photos of Marilyn Monroe and Dwight Eisenhower, while the other took shots of hot-rodded Chevys and Buicks. While we're sure George ...

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    Pics Aplenty: Audi releases more images of new Q5

    Click above to view high-res gallery of the Audi Q5 with new images Audi released the other half of its Q5 glamour shots over the weekend. We've updated the gallery with all of the images we could get our hands on (you can switch to a "high-res" view with the button on the upper right corner - ...

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    Zooming in on NASCAR

    NASCAR racers move fast. Camera shutters are fast enough to freeze the 200 mph action, but what do you do when you want a shot of the entire field of racers? Wide angle lenses create distortion known as convergence, and if you zoomed out enough to get the entire field, you're only utilizing a ...

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    VIDEO: So that's what it looks like! -- Slo-Mo combustion closeup

    We all learn the theory of what happens inside an internal combustion engine; a mixture of fuel and air is ignited by a short electric spark. Some people describe the ensuing event as an explosion, but the ideal is a controlled burn, but it's still so fast that it could be confused for an ...

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    Detroit Auto Show: Ultimate Wallpaper Gallery

    click on above image to view all 33 high-resolution pics in our Ultimate Wallpaper GalleryThe 2007 Detroit Auto Show was probably not the best place to test our new photo gallery feature considering the significance of the event. What if they crashed? What if readers didn't like it? What if we suck ...


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