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3 Audi Photoshoot: White B7 S4 Sedan, White B6 S4 Cabriolet & My B7 A4 Sedan

Audi Photoshoot

I recently got a new camera (a Canon T2i for the camera buffs) and this is my first real photoshoot with it. I’m a complete DSLR noobie and it’s on “Full Auto” mode, but hey, they turned out a heck of a lot better than the usual pictures I post here…for 2011, expect to see better and better quality pictures being posted on this blog, and if you’re a Flickr user, be sure to add me as a contact so you can check out all my pictures & maybe give me a few pointers πŸ™‚ And without further adieu, here are some more pictures!

White Audi Convertible

First off of the group is my friend Matt’s B6 Audi S4 Cabriolet. He has done a fantastic job modifying it while retaining that OEM plus look to it. His wheels are OEM 19×9 Audi TT-S wheels that look awesome with his coilover suspension. He has repainted the front grille, updated the rear tail lights to the B7 Cabriolet tail lights, added Milltek downpipes and a Magnaflow quad tip exhaust, and finished it off with the OEM B7 S4 Rear Valence to boot. The end result is a super clean, orgasmic sounding Cabriolet. But what perhaps stands out the most in Matt’s car is the color combination – the red leather interior “pops” against the white exterior, making his interior just as jaw dropping as the exterior. His next modification is a flat bottom Audi TT-S steering wheel, of which I’m very jealous!

White Audi S4 Sedan

Next is my friend John’s White B7 Audi S4 Sedan – you may recognize it from a few of my track day posts, as John is certainly no stranger to the track. John is also a bit of a wheel collector, and has had several different setups on his car, but no matter what he keeps coming back to his very unique polished 19″ Sportec wheels. Normally I’m not a fan of polished wheels, but this is doing polish right. John has several other very rare Sportec mods to compliment the wheels, as well as a STaSIS exhaust coupled with B&B downpipes for an aggressive sound.

Silver Audi A4 Sedan

Last and probably least is my car – the lowly A4 of the group πŸ™‚ Since my last photoshoot I’ve made a few minor changes in my pursuit of B7 perfection – most noticeably, I changed out the BBS Center Caps from Black/Carbon to Red, which I think pops nicely and matches the S-line badging well. Secondly I took off my S4 door blades and replaced them with flat A4 door blades, which I think looks a little cleaner. And lastly I swapped out my replica S6 LEDs for OEM Audi S6 LEDs, which I think have a slightly better color and nicer looking lenses up close. A resounding lesson: you can’t beat OEM quality, and replicas suck, even if it is just a lighting product.

If that wasn’t quite enough pictures for ya, there are even more over on Flickr – go check it out!

Sunday Audi Photoshoot - B7 S4, B6 S4, B7 A4

Nick Roshon

Nick has been an Audi owner and fanatic for the last 10 years, and started Nick's Car Blog in 2009 to share DIYs and pictures of his A4. Currently he drives a 2012 Audi TT-RS, and has previously owned a B7 S4, B7 A4, and an 82 Audi Coupe (GT) LeMons race car. In his day job, Nick is a digital marketer and lives in San Diego, CA, USA.


  1. Nice shots man. Let me know if you have any questions about your camera as I have a 7D and have used a 5D mkii a bunch also. Photographing cars isn’t easy and there are quite a few tricks to getting the right shot (trust me, it took me 100+ tries to get these ). Good luck with your new cam!

  2. Brian – great shots! Thanks for checking out my blog! I saw your pics on the other day – incredibly nice! Let me know when you take more, I’d be happy to post a few up here, there isn’t nearly enough B8 S4 love on my site!!

  3. How did you wire the rear lights to the B6 as wiring is different, just got some for mine and found this out

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