Discussion in 'GFX 50S, GFX 50R' started by 2slo, Apr 15, 2017.
Been that way for more than 20 years.
About 20 or so years ago, when people started to become concerned about fuel economy, the automobile manufacturers approached all of the states and provinces, to discuss how they could make cars more aerodynamic (and hence more efficient) if they were not required to have front license plates. Alberta was the only province in Canada to agree, recognizing there would also be a cost savings to the government by having to make only half the number of license plates. I think a few US states might have also gone along (Oklahoma?), but the majority of jurisdictions weren't interested.
OT - I just hate front license plates. Ruins the look of a nice car.
Of course you have to excuse me, I have never been to Canada. I have never heard of it anywhere else, but actually it makes sense, one less plate available for cameras and radar!
We don’t have front plates in Florida.
Didn't mean to sound clipped, in Manitoba we have to have both tags or pay the fine.
I agree, one is plenty
Fujifilm GFX S50, ISO 800, 120mm Macro, F4.0, 1/500. Manzanillo, Mexico a few weeks ago. Beautiful Falcon.
Couple more. HSS mode with XPLOR600 for the first one.
Don't make me angry...
I’ve deleted this. Wrong file posted.
GFX 50s 110mm f2
I never thought lipstick on a car would look so good!
Now that's funny!
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Car on a grass doesn't work for me.
It was the client's choice, and they pay the bills
Trying to learn Macro Photography. This was taken using my Fujifilm GFX 50S with a 120mm Macro lens and a 45G WR Macro Extension Tube. Shot at ISO 400, F4.0, 1/500 sec, handheld. Big crop.
Inspired by Michael Sewell's beautiful Aston photo, here's another sexy car in a glamorous location: