The Monterey Car Week is capped off by the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, and this year was yet another fantastic event. I already posted on some of the finer details of the show, but I took plenty of other photographs as well. You can see the full gallery over at Autoblog.com.
A rare thing happened at the Pebble Beach Concours this year – the sun actually showed up! This has only happened a handful of times I’ve been to the event, and it really changes how I photograph it. The long shadows make it nearly impossible to cleanly photograph complete cars, so instead I start focusing on the details, of which there are plenty. Since the cars set up starting just before dawn, it made for some incredible lighting. You can see my favorites published on Autoblog.com.
The Monterey Motorsports Reunion was absolutely spectacular this year, with nearly three dozen Shelby GT350s taking to the track. You can see an entire gallery of the Shelby Mustangs, plus a separate gallery of the other race cars over at Autoblog.com.
The Pebble Beach Tour d’Elegance is one of my favorite events during the Monterey Car Week, as many of the cars from Sunday’s concours wind their way through Carmel Valley and down the Pacific Coast Highway. You can see my photo gallery from the event over at Autoblog.com.
Just ahead of Pebble Beach I had the chance to photograph the new 2016 Q70 Premium Select Edition for Infiniti, and the photos have now been released. You can see the photos in a sampling of the publications below.
I’m always happy to see my clients in print, especially when it’s such a prestigious publication like Emirates’ Portfolio magazine. I’m told the article on Singer Vehicle Design, featuring my photography of several of the cars and company founder Rob Dickinson, is unique in that they rarely feature anything but people on their cover. You can see the full article on Dickinson and the company below.
I pride myself on working with clients who are the best of the best, and Legacy Classic Trucks is no exception. They make some pretty incredible vehicles, and I was fortunate enough to work with them last month on their Power Wagon project. Robb Report was one of the first publications to review the truck, and you can see the article and photos here.