My favorite event of the year, the Pikes Peak Hill Climb, is finally here. There is really nothing else like it. My photos of the first practice session are now up on Autoblog featuring the middle section of the mountain and the Electric/Open Wheel/Open/Vintage cars.
Earlier this year I photographed a supercharged C7 Corvette Convertible for Hennessey Performance, and while black cars almost never make the cover of magazines (especially ones shot in the middle of the day), Corvette Magazine decided to do so as part of their review of the car. Not bad!
In my humble opinion Ferraris are undoubtedly the most photogenic modern cars, both inside and out. That’s why it’s always a special occasion to photograph one, and in this particular occasion, it was “Speciale” indeed. I spent considerable more time and effort on this photoshoot than I usually do, and you can see the extensive photo gallery and review over at Autoblog.com.
I always enjoy photographing cars that are a unique color, so I was very happy to get my hands on this 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport in “Chile Premium Metallic”. You can see the full gallery of photos over at Autoblog.com as part of their full review.
Imagine my surprise when I spotted my photo of the 2014 Mazda6 on the Colbert Report a few nights ago. I’m guessing some unpaid intern did a Google image search for the car and picked the first decent picture. Now I just have to figure out where to send the invoice…
This past weekend I headed down to Long Beach for the start of the 2014 Formula Drift season. I always enjoy the event not just for the photography but for the familiar faces as well. You can see a photo gallery from the event over at Autoblog.com.
After a break for the May issue I’m back on the cover of 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords, this time with the 2012 APR Widebody Mustang. You can see the cover and the full article below.
Black cars are the bane of my existence. With a cloudless sky and a perfect location a black car means I’ll only have to work harder in post-processing, but that’s rarely the situation. More often than not, something is reflecting in the paint and ruining the shot. That was the case for this Dinan S3-R BMW 1M Coupe, and I wish I could get another crack at photographing it. Even so, I thought the photos turned out ok. You can check them out on Autoblog here.