Subaru sure knows how to make strange looking vehicles. I guess the 2011 Impreza WRX STI sure isn’t the worst looking out of the various versions, but I was more fond of the last 5-door generation. That wing…
I’ve been on a kick of placing the car looking away down a desolate road, and the photo above may be one of my favorites yet. Everything from the hills in the background to the color in the sky and the color of the car worked together beautifully. You can see the entire set of photos over at Autoblog.com.
Orange cars are fantastic, at least in terms of photographing them at sunset. I pretty much couldn’t make this Bentley Continental GT not look good if I tried. Head on over to Autoblog.com to see the full set.
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca hosted the Ferrari Racing Days this past weekend that included Ferrari’s F1 and Corse Clienti (racing clients) as well as the 458 Challenge racing series. The F1 cars were undoubtedly the highlight, and it’s always incredible to see and hear them in action. Unfortunately there were only three classic Ferraris in attendance due to scheduling conflicts, but it was still a good weekend at the track anyway. You can view the photos from the various events in the links below:
I’ve always wanted to shoot a car on the open tarmac of the El Toro Marine Base in Irvine, and I got my chance when the owner of this Mustang had a connection there. Doing the driving shots on the runway was a blast, and it wasn’t hard to find a spot where the car looked good during sunset. You can see the entire article after the jump.
Publication: 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords
Client: Source Interlink
Car: Tjin Edition 2011 Ford Mustang
I don’t really keep tabs on many magazines, especially those in France, so I wouldn’t have known about this cover except that I saw it on a table at Singer’s shop. Regardless of the publication, I’m happy to see the Singer 911 on a cover, in particularly with this photo. It was my favorite image from the entire photoshoot.
Client: Singer Vehicle Design
Car: 2011 Singer 911
I fell in love with the Singer 911 prototype at first sight (who wouldn’t?), so I was very excited to work with them on photographing their very first production car. The green/orange paint scheme is incredibly photogenic, and I could have spent hours more photographing all of the wonderful little details of the car. You can see a few photos of the car below, or check out Autoblog.com for the whole set.