The Porsche 911s “reimagined” by Singer Vehicle Design continue to remain some of my favorite vehicles to photograph, and this latest version might be their best yet. I was fortunate enough to photograph the car for a review for Autoblog.com, which was published the full set of photos.
Much of the photography I’ve done of Singer’s Reimagined Porsche 911 has been for the company, but my most recent photoshoot will be for a review done for Autoblog.com. The photos will be edited over the next week or two, and the article should come out shortly after that. Until then, this photo will have to do as a sneak preview…
I was fortunate enough to photograph Singer’s latest “Reimagined Porsche 911″ this week, and this image is a behind-the-scenes look at me setting up the composition just before sunset. I will hopefully be able to release the final photos fairly soon.
The French magazine Speedster has featured my photography of the Singer 911 twice before including on the cover of their second issue, and now my photos have been included once again in issue 12. You can see the full article below.
I normally don’t like doing photoshoots during the middle of the day, but I think this particular one came out very well. This is Singer Vehicle Design’s fourth car built including the prototype, and I’ve been fortunate enough to photograph all of them. This one is a little understated for me, but beautiful nonetheless. You can see all of the photos over at Autoblog.com.
Back in April Singer Vehicle Design hired me again to take photos of their second customer car. I don’t think the White and Olive paint scheme is as photogenic as the previous Green and Orange car, but it’s beautiful nonetheless. To make it even better, Singer was going to have both cars on hand so I would have the opportunity to photograph them together.
With Singer issuing their press release regarding the new customer car and their partnership with Cosworth, the photos have now appeared on many of the leading automotive web sites around the world including Autoblog, Autocar, and Top Gear:
Hopefully the images will be in print in the next few months.