The Ferrari 808 PureView

Very busy days and slow news - no doubt you will have noticed it here. With this post I'll make it up to you. Not by bringing any news in fact (I won't be frustrated with upcoming Lumia updates anymore), but doing what I like to do most (and hope to do best): surprise and entertain you with some shots with the incredible Nokia 808 PureView

In fact, it was @NOKant1 who inspired me. He sent me this shot from the 83rd Salon de l'Auto in Geneva, from the new and incredible LaFerrari, captured with his Nokia Lumia 920.

This shot inspired me to go to Kroymans in Hilversum, where they have a gorgeous collection of Ferrari models - not the LaFerrari (yet), but still a lot of other lovely (and sometimes incredibly expensive) cars.

It was quiet, but I didn't have the place to myself: people actually walk around there and seriously seem to consider which Ferrari to buy (I'd love to be able to do that once).

So from some models I couldn't get as much shots as I wanted, but I still got around making more than 120 shots, and in this post you will find a video from the selection I made.

I really hope I got all the names right: you'll see (details of) the Ferrari 355 Spider, Ferrari 458 Italia, Ferrari 458 Spider, Ferrari 550 Maranello, Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti, Ferrari California 30, Ferrari FF and Ferrari Testarossa

Please note that for the video I used all original shots, so you'll get the most out of it when you watch it fullscreen in 1080p (FullHD). There's about €2,500.000 worth of Ferrari in what you see.

You'll really get the most out of these shots by watching the video. Below however, you will find the resized versions of the original shots (many on full resolution!), and of course, you'll find the original shots on Flickr.

I'd like to thank the people at Kroymans in Hilversum for their friendly permission and patience, and I'd love to come back there once for more.

Ferrari is probably the most beautiful car brand to capture and I think the Nokia 808 PureView has honored it's astonishing beauty. Again, you'll find the  original shots on Flickr. I really hope you like these shots as much as I did making them.

In the next Ferrari post you'll find crops from the 34MP originals.

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