Nissan Silvia Drift Car by Lee Cant
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Nissan Silvia Drift Car

Shot for Banzai magazine. I shot this image using strobe lighting and natural light combined to create a moody shot that encapsulates the car in the dark environment.

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Mart Williams's picture

Very nice and to think that car must be 20 years old or more. I've owned 2 of these cars back in the day and also spent a lot of time photographing the UK drift events in the early days.

Lee Cant's picture

Thanks for stopping by. You know what, i'm not actually sure how old this car is in all honesty, i know it was one of Nissans more popular cars for drifting. This car was setup for grip rather than drift.

tabletop's picture

I just watched the critique video and saw this photo as one of the pieces they reviewed. I agree with some of the things they said but it was obvious they have no idea about car culture. I personally like the shot, I like how it was lit and the colors and specially the car stands out. Did you get a free copy of the magazine then after the project ? 😁

Lee Cant's picture

Thanks very much for leaving a comment, sorry that I didn't get back to you sooner, I'm not sure why but FS doesn't notify me of comments? Are you sure it was this image that was in a video, I don't remember seeing it on their youtube channel? :O

Lee Cant's picture

Scratch that, i've just gone back and watched the video again, haha, my heart was in my mouth when i saw it on their video. Thanks for letting me know! - Ironically i don't get free copies of the magazines. This is one of my favourite shots for loads of reasons, clearly not everyone likes it as much as me haha.

Criss Lyn's picture

Awesome, do you know Toyota has developed a new serial cross, which is an analogue of the Suzuki Vitara Brezza crossover, which in India caused a real stir. The model regularly tops the ranking of the most popular SUVs in the country. So, in the 2019th, this budget cross sold over 127,000 cars. Vitara Brezza and its counterpart from Toyota differ from each other only in terms of appearance. The new cross carzaamin(.)com will receive the original grille, new bumpers and the Toyota logo. The crossover reaches a length of 3,995 mm with a wheelbase of 2,500 mm, and its width and height are 1,790 and 1,640 mm, respectively. As a motor for the front-wheel drive news, they chose a 1.3-liter 90-horsepower turbodiesel, combined with a 5MKPP or a "robot". The list of equipment available for the new Toyota crossover includes air conditioning, power windows, modern multimedia with a touch screen, 16-inch alloy wheels, as well as up to four airbags, etc. At least 767 thousand rupees are estimated at Suzuki Vitara Brezza in the Indian market (about 682 thousand translated into our money). The Toyota counterpart is likely to be a bit more expensive.