Always a fan favorite, the Corvette Split Window, and as we have seen before its one of my favorite cars, as I posted here with the Stingray Split Window. Only made one year because the split in the window made for poor visibility. Many even took the split out of their 1963’s back in the day. Now it’s worth quite a bit more than the non-split window. Oops.
This one, in particular, had an amazing color combination with the really dark Daytona Blue and Tan Interior. You had to make sure the light hit it just right to get that blue to actually look blue and not straight black. The contrasting Tan Interior is what set it apart for me.
Check out the photos and video from the shoot below and comment!
01 | The Photos | 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window
02 | The Video | 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window
During the photo shoot of this 1963 Z06 Split Window Corvette, one of my video production guys (Chris Bales) and I shot some video for fun.
We learned a bit about hand holding the Inspire 1 and using its gimbal as a Steadicam or Ronin replacement. Come to find out that is not the best way to use the equipment, but we still got quite a few good shots out of it. We also ran out of sunlight before really being able to get everything we wanted.
So things we took away from this shoot:
– Drones are not the best at handheld and there is actually still a lot of shake in the shots to get out even when the drone was in flight.
– 4K is tough on my computer’s resources.
– When shooting photos and video allow enough time before the sun goes down to get the shots you would like.
Watch, Enjoy and Comment!
Check out the video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/C0WlKTCiwSo