So, we’re about to kick off three days of FF madness and we thought what better way to start than by letting you to get this party started. Last week, we asked you to send in your absolute best photographs of FWD cars and oh my, what a response there was. I think it’s all too easy to label FWD as an inferior platform, it’s almost a lazy opinion. There are those of us who have had the pleasure of experiencing a sorted front wheel drive car and who know what this layout is capable of. Hopefully over the next few days, we just might change some opinions…
(Above) I guess when you hear the acronym ‘FF’ this probably isn’t the first thing you think about. Hopefully Jeremy can fill us in on some details of this car in the comments below…
This super clean MKVI Golf rolling on 3SDM 0.05s has been captured perfectly with this cracking tracking shot.
It’s only in the last few months that I’ve started to really sit up and take notice of some awesome tuned MINIs. By shooting the car framed off centre and including the road in the background, this becomes more of a story than just a car photo.
We’ve come to expect only the best black and white conversions from Rens and this Nordschleife shot is no different.
Maybe it’s just my eyesight failing in my old age, but this Leon Supercopa looks like it’s on one wheel? Awesome capture!
There seems to be a theme here of hardcore FWD cars giving it full #MAXIMUMATTACK. We approve. The slow shutter speed not only exaggerates the speed, but also the flaming side-exit exhaust.
Such a simple composition that’s more difficult to pull off than you think. The cool tones work with the car’s colour too.
Some nice light painting here by Jack of his MKI Focus RS.
A beautiful 500 Abarth along with a stunning vista. What’s not to like? I like the shallow depth of field here too, helps to show the distance between the car and background.
Shooting a light coloured car against a snowscape is not an even thing. Gediminas however has nailed this shot.
Eric told me that I would have cried if I had seen the roads he needed to drive to get to this spot. I think it was more than worth it though!
Many generations of Golfs have proven again and again that there is nothing wrong with front wheel drive.
Perhaps the pinnacle of modern front wheel drive performance cars? The warm dusk tones work well with the car’s colour.
This is just a superb track shot by Brent – panning a car with two wheels in the air is rather quite difficult but he’s nailed it.
Another panning shot displaying a little bit of squat by 15 year old Joshua Whitcombe.
I like the light spilling across the frame onto the front of this tasty MKI Golf GTI.
Another shot that could have suited our Slow Shutter theme. By slowing his shutter speed right down, Andreas has exaggerated the action and movement in this shot.
Although technically an MF car, we’re going to cheat slightly by including this gorgeous Citroen DS. The image is super clean and the model’s look over the steering wheel is just so intriguing.
Low point of view, shallow depth of field and a fast shutter speed = a moment in time perfectly captured.
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