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"Darth Raider" recently had the honor of being the subject of all day photo session with a great automotive photographer. His name is Tim Tran of TT PHOTOGRAPHY, and needless to say his work speaks for itself. He told me that "Darth Raider" is seriously photogentic, so who I am I to argue! "ENJOY!!!" ;-)

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WOW!!! Can't wait for pt. II :D
 

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I love the intensity of color coming off the graffiti based one...

Thank you...I also thought it was a beautiful contrast!

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fantastic photographer working w/ a fantastic subject gives fantastic photos.
thanks for sharing them.
 

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Looking good as always.
Thanks Mike...I think you know that I've been a serious fan of your ride for a long time!!! ;-)

fantastic photographer working w/ a fantastic subject gives fantastic photos.
thanks for sharing them.
Thank you Dan, and I'm looking forward to seeing you at the big Meet in October!!!

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Congrats Chief! Great photography of a really awesome E!! :)
 

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Gorgeous photo work, the subject really makes it SHINE!
Gotta ask, the see through shot, any idea how he did it?

Again man, Beautiful E!
 

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Congrats Chief! Great photography of a really awesome E!! :)
Thanks Jea, my friend Tim is a fastastic phtographer and I completely respect his work! :)


Gorgeous photo work, the subject really makes it SHINE!
Gotta ask, the see through shot, any idea how he did it?

Again man, Beautiful E!
Thank you very much, 30 coats of polish with a glaze sealer helps out too! :-D That door shot is just a photo overlay, where your camera is stationary and the shot is taken over and over (doors open... doors closed). My buddy, Burn 619 did the same thing with his "E" on an engine overlay shot (hood closed, but you can see the engine). That's where I got the idea from! ;-)

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The same thing was done with my door shot!

 
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