During the past year or so I’ve been incorporating the use of a strobe into the majority of my work. Even though there is still a tonne to learn and my technique is far from perfect, I feel like I’m getting more comfortable when it comes to adding artificial light into a scene.
Something I’ve been forcing myself to spend more time on lately is lighting details of the vehicles I’m shooting. Trying to do it in more of a “studio” setting – the word studio is in quotations because it’s actually my tiny garage playing the role of a studio.
The blog has been neglected lately so here’s a quick post during this grey, rainy September Saturday here in Vancouver.
A few weeks ago I was hired by Audi Canada and Taxi Vancouver to photograph their Audi R8s and drivers during the annual Diamond Rally, a one-day event to raise money for charity while enjoying the spectacular Sea to Sky Highway. The route runs from Vancouver to Pemberton, then back to Whistler where the event wraps up.
These are a few images from a set I recently photographed with a new Cadillac ATS.
This image comes from an interior shoot I did recently with the 2017 Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid sedan in Vancouver, Canada.
Last Friday could have been coined Fanboy-Friday while I spent the day photographing and driving the 2017 Jaguar F-Pace R-Sport from Jaguar of Richmond.
Throwing it back this week to a time before liability insurance, proper safety procedures, and 20+ megapixel cameras.
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.
Look up the definition of economical, and you might find a picture of the Nissan Micra.
Squeezing in a quick Throwback Thursday before the day is over!