I’ve wanted to do a photoshoot with a Pagani since the first time I laid eyes on one more than ten years ago. Earlier this week I finally got my chance as part of a review Autoblog.com is doing on the Huara, which has just hit the U.S. market. The full photoshoot should be up on the site sometime next month.
I’ve wanted to do a proper photoshoot of a car built by the Ring Brothers for a VERY long time, so I was ecstatic to meet up with their 1971 Detomaso Pantera ADRNLN just ahead of the Goodguys Del Mar Nationals here in Southern California. The images
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 recently photographed a 2012 Jaguar XF Supercharged for an upcoming review on Autoblog.com. This image is a little sneak preview of what’s to come.
Here’s a little sneak preview from this evening’s photoshoot. If you pay attention to some of the companies I regularly photograph for then it shouldn’t be too hard to guess what car this is.
I recently did a photoshoot with a car that I had been wanting to photograph for a long time. Can you name the car by simply looking at the keys?
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.
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).
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.