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29.08.2014
We’ve all seen photos from the early days of photography, and we all know how far imaging technology has come over the years, but how did we go from long-exposure self-portraits to instant selfies? In this video we are taken on a historical journey with COOPH photographer Leo Rosas through the evolution of cameras and portraits. Using one model and a whole lot of Photoshop, Leo recreated eleven essential milestones in photographic history. With the final results quite fitting this weekend, Leo was king enough to share both the lighting setup and the photos before and after retouching. To see more of his work please visit his studio website blurMEDIAphotography, or follow him on Twitter, 500px, Google Plus or YouTube. Stefan Kohler is a conceptual photographer, specialized in mixing science, technology and photography. When he isn't waking up at 4am to take photos of nature, he stays awake until 4am taking photos of the night skies or time lapses. An almost entirely DIY project, Gary's Suzuki GSX400 cafe-racer is a great proof showing that passion and documented skills, mixed with a little bit of help from a friend can transform a beat up motorcycle into a head turner.


This might not be exactly the definition of a racer, but the engine can really pack some punch, making a great ride for a fresh motorcyclist.
Gary also went on to change the wheels and brought in 17" laced units, with a 600 XLR hub into a Super Tenere rim for the rear and a small-displacement supemotard front, and Battlax BT45 now shoe the Suzuki. There still are a couple of us out there who actually like to get their hands dirty and do some car maintenance themselves.
Step 14: Add the new crush washer to the sump bolt and get back under the car to tighten back up the sump bolt. Step 17: After returning from the drive leave the car parked for a while and check under it to see if it has any oil spills. This is a DIY guide and, as such, you must be aware the procedures described here involve some risks. It would be good to add an explanation of where the oil filter is located or picture showing where the oil filter is located. And what better way to make to have Jason Voorhees (from friday the 13th) slash away at an innocent golf player?


The power and feel have been enhanced with the addition of the free-flowing conical air filters and upgraded conical mufflers with wrapped pipes, while ditching all the unnecessary parts also shaved off some weight.
The rearsets have been upgraded, just like the front brake, which received a nifty wave rotor.
As always, autoevolution is here to show you how to do simple (sometimes complicated) tasks without having to pay for them. For those that fall into this category, this DIY will be redundant, as we am sure you already know how to change the oil on your car.



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