Last week the Pagani Huayra (pronounced “wire-rah”) made its North American debut at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design. While I have to admit I’m still getting used to the exterior design, I can definitely appreciate the design work that went into all of the little details. Even functional components like the suspension are works of art. I’d love to have a day to photograph the car in a proper setting.
You can see more pictures from the Pagani Huayra North American debut over at Autoblog.com.
Multi-car photoshoots aren’t the easiest, especially when trying to arrange cars with a short window of good lighting, but the results are often worth it. Yesterday evening I photographed an Audi A7 and a Mercedes-benz CLS, and the German pair of four-door coupes made for an attractive couple. The rest of the photos will be published in a comparison test on Autoblog.com in the next couple weeks.
I made by podcasting debut earlier this week, discussing photography tips with a few other members of the Autoblog team. There ended up not being too much discussion about photography, but I’d recommend listening to it anyway if you enjoy cars.
You can download the podcast here.
Just a little sneak preview from this evening’s photoshoot. It’s not quite the most expensive car I’ve photographed, but very close. It’s definitely the most powerful (for a street car, at least).
Hennessey has made quick use of the Corvette Z06 photos I took for them, sending out this brochure to their customer base.
I’ll be making my debut on the Autoblog Podcast tonight to discuss photographing cars and to give out some tips and tricks. You can listen live over at USTREAM at 10:00 pm EST, or download it from Autoblog tomorrow. You can submit any questions or discussion topics here.