Maybe it's an illusion caused by the lighting, but look carefully at this picture and see if you don't agree that the tread impressions left here seem to be reversed -- that is raised instead of depressed.
Too bad it wasn't a cleaner picture of a tread alone ... this photo could have been a classic.
The photo was first seen at: http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/_qG8fIBzR7IVFquRida3Jw
Sometimes you don't even need tracks to get a dramatic effect. A soft surface and tires with a pronounced tread are what is needed to start. Add a good eye some careful positioning and voila ... what do you think? Dirt Field with Tire Tracks - Photographic Print... available from AllPosters.com.
One of the most essential elements in most dramatic tire track images is the high contrast which is seen in this example of tyre tracks on a beach from Mackay, Queensland Australia. The photo was done in Black and white.
Posted at: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/342897 on Aug 2, 2005
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