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Each week we sift through all the automotive content we uncover on Revvolution.com, our social channels, and through direct submissions to determine the week’s Top Automotive Photography Candidates. We then present this selection to our audience through our social channels for your vote. Every Monday we tally the votes and add the winning selections to the Weekly Top 10 Social Automotive Photography article.
Clarity. Exposure. Sharpness. Tone. Contrast. Subject & Composition. These are all qualities that define a great photograph. And they’re exactly what we’re looking for. With this series, we aim to highlight the industry professionals and amateurs who have dedicated their time and expertise to create anything from perfect renditions to stunning works of art. From that perfect natural golden hour light scraping across the car in just the right way to full-on studio lighting where photographers masterfully shape the car with strobes—as long as the primary subject was taken with a camera, it’s fair game. If you like what you see, please be sure to jump over to the photographer’s Facebook or Flickr pages and follow them to show your support.
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We present this week’s Top 10 Automotive Photographs.
There’s a new Rip City in Oregon, and it’s not Portland. The charismatic town of McMinnville was the host of the very first OB Prestige Auto and English Racing Oregon Airstrip Attack presented by Revvolution.com and Shift-S3ctor.
Live timing for the Oregon Airstrip Attack!
The OFFICIAL Airstrip Attack 8 FILM by Jeffrey J. Hart has finally been dropped! Highlighting the most epic of Shift-S3ctor's California Airstrip Attack events, it only makes sense the the Hart crew drops the most epic film to show everybody what this event is really all about.
The roll races competition is really what this event is all about. The high-level competition pits competitors against each other, taking them off the streets and putting them in a safe environment where they can really show what their machines are worth. It’s put so much more into perspective. It’s not just about how many horses come pumping out, but also about the strategy, the shifts, putting the rubber to the pavement, gearing ratios and having the cajones to hang it all out on the line for that one glory pull. This is what it’s all about. We’re not trying to diminish the importance of record-enabling trap speeds, but this is toe-to-toe competition and what many of our competitors come out for!