Photography is not just about the skill with cameras; it is also about creativity in which how a photographer make the unreal seems real. What you see here of a speeding Lamborghini is one brilliant example.
Oh, yeah, that is not a real Lamborghini Huracán. It is a 1:18 scale model and that ain’t no tarmac either; it was a speeding treadmill belt. It really is pretty surreal.
These realistic photos of fake speeding Lamborghini was taken by automotive photographer Kunal Kelkar and the entire scene was the result of a shoelace, ping pong nets and water mist, and brilliant photography skills coming together.
The shoelace was used to keep the model car on the treadmill, while the ping pong nets are the side barriers and the water mist, replicates raining condition. Phenomena.
The results are beautiful and very convincing. Though I would have to say that keen eye petrol heads would have noted the unusually large panel gaps relative to the “automobile” size. Oh, wait. Maybe it is just me?
Images: Instagram (@theautofocus).