I have to admit, lately I’ve really dropped the ball with keeping up with my blog posts. I know I committed to two posts per week with the hope of an additional one here and there, but lately, something has gotten away from me more than I expected – that something is time! I can’t complain since the main reason is I’ve been fortunate to be busy with work – adding three new clients this past month (if I find the time I’ll do a separate blog post about them). I hope I never find myself complaining about being too busy – I’m grateful to have the opportunity to make a living with something I love to do. But one thing I’m figuring out quickly is I need to learn balance between work, family, and rest. Otherwise, it all has the potential of getting away from me. That said, I hope to find more opportunity to spend on the blog. With exciting projects coming up, I look forward to sharing them with you. So please bare with me as I find this balance that so many other people struggle with finding as well.
A couple weeks ago I was commissioned again by Bonhams to photograph another stunning Jaguar E-Type Series 1 3.8 Roadster, this time one from 1961. This shoot was a bit shorter than my last encounter, and unfortunately we weren’t able to take her out for some rolling shots (if you’ve been following along, you know how much I love rollers!). Even so, this was another great up-close and personal experience with a beautiful classic.
These are a small sample of the full set I sent off to Bonhams which will appear in their catalog for the Quail Lodge Auction taking place on August 14th, 2015. I hope you enjoy the images as much as I enjoyed the opportunity to take them.
If you happen to be wondering where all the modified cars I regularly shoot and post are, don’t fret, content is on it’s way. I have a couple editorial features about to drop in a couple magazines and once they do I’ll be able to share the images/cars with you. It’s something I struggle with when having to sit on content and not share it following the shoot, but in the end it’s always worth the wait.
Thank you for taking the time to view my photography!
www.jasonmanchester.com – Vancouver Automotive Car Photographer Jason Manchester