What a great shot. Once again, this is something very different from you that I like alot. Was this taken at the Ferrari Challenge in Georgia the other weekend? I was hoping to go, a couple of my friends came back with pics of FXXs. Their pictures just don't satisfy...
"Holy F-ing shit" sums up all of this rather well I think. For once I'm not gonna mention the car - it speaks for itself, but rather complement you on your excellent photography skills. Everything in this picture is just great, the way the blue contrasts the red, the pile of tires dead in the center and the wall covering up most of the car allthough lets you see just enough. Great!!
Oh yeah. I deliberately took about fifteen 'dA single teaser compositions', and systematically went through and narrowed them all down to this one. In other words, I thought this was the one that would be sure to drive everyone crazy with anticipation.
Glad you like it, and not only because of the subject.
You know what I keep thinking? This amount of space is indeed huge, but this is relative. In a few years it'll be nothing, and the storage devices will carry a lot of more space. You just need to think backwards, the CD and old disks are nothing nowadays. So I think the effort in storing that data today will be worth cause it'll be easy to store them in a while, and you'll regret if you erase photos because of the lack of space. Well, this is what I think
Oh, I don't erase photos. I'm pretty OCD about that. But I'll be investing in a 1TB drive in a few weeks- or three 500GB drives- to cover my bases. I mean, right now I have well over 1TB of disc space spread between two internals and four externals. Meh.
Wow, that's a lot of space. But one thing that I wanna ask you, do you have a back up of your stuff? I usually like to store my photos in two different places but it is becoming very difficult to me...
Same for me. Both of my 250GB are purely used for backup drives, one for the Mac, one for my photography. But the idea with the addition of the new drives would be to simplify everything on one drive instead of three.