Something I’ve wanted to practice more with my automotive photography is photographing interiors. So I took some free time to shoot the interior of my Jeep Rubicon.
If you caught my last post, Call-Sign “S2K” – Honda S2000, you might recognise the image in this retouch timelapse.
If you caught one of my last posts of 2016 – Snow Hunting With RPI Equipped’s VW MK7 GTI – you may recognise some of the images in this Box One Collective vlog showcasing the “glamourous” behind-the-scenes on what was a cold and snowy day in Vancouver. (I’ve since bought a much warmer winter coat!).
It’s been a month, if not longer since I sat down to create a blog post. And if you follow me on social media you may have noticed it’s been about the same timeframe since I’ve posted any content over there as well.
The initial plan was to take two weeks to unplug and spend quality time with my wife and kids while on vacation. The two weeks quickly turned into four.
It just happened, but I suppose I was ready for a break from everything internet related. Don’t get me wrong, I love it all, the instant access we have to anything and everything. But I think it’s healthy to step away from time to time to recharge and have a good look at the world right in front of us, not the one on the other side of a screen. And that’s what I did, and I have to say, I feel completely refreshed.
As this post goes live I need to be honest, I’m nowhere near my office and most likely not even thinking about work. I am lakeside in the Okanagan on vacation with my wife and kids. Ok, I probably am thinking about work, haha, but still lakeside!
This is a short post for the week with a timelapse video of an edit I did of Mitch’s JZX100. It gives a quick glimpse into the process of one of my rolling shots.
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Two weeks ago I blogged about a shoot we did for Brixton Forged Wheels and a Ferrari 458 Italia – you can read/see the post and photos if you missed it here.
This past summer another car I was fortunate to shoot for a feature was Justin McLean’s Audi B7 A4 S-Line Avant which sits nicely on an authentic set of BBS LM wheels.
During the same shoot – along with helping out – Jonny Sundell shot some behind-the-scenes footage for a Box One Collective Webisode – Audi Douche, posted below. Everyone involved are good friends and it’s easy to see this was a fairly laid back production, which was a good thing since in the opening scene I make it obvious I shouldn’t do anything whatsoever before my first cup of coffee… especially at 530am on a weekend.