We have a Group B XC90, a full tank of fuel, seats full of diecast, metal loaded in the cd player, and 800 miles to Albuquerque New Mexico for the 14th annual Matchbox Convention….lets do this!
A few shots of things I liked. All full resolution. Enjoy!
Though my old Ford Ranger is probably being repaired and prepped for sale at the Honda dealership, it will still live in my memories and in photos. On Friday, my friend and I went to Kennesaw Mountain (the mountain, not the high school) so he could take some pictures of the truck with his Nikon D3200 (I remembered the…
After all of your suggestions yesterday, I went out and took sample photos to present to my client. This morning, he hired me for the job. Thanks all!
For all you Oppo Photographers: I will be shooting a client’s storefront tomorrow evening. He says that he wants it to look like a “Gallery in France”. I have shot architecture before, but never specifically at night. Do you have any suggestions/advice? Thanks!
For the fifth year in a row, I made the trek up north to Tacoma, Washington to attend Audi Expo 2016, held at Griot’s Garage. As with the past several years, I brought along some photography gear to cover the event. This time, I had my trustworthy Nikon D800E and an AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8 VR II along with a new Nikon…
A little bit of background for those of you who aren’t familiar with the area: The DTES is an extremely poverty stricken portion of Vancouver that lies literally one block away from some of the richest areas of the city. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Downtown_…. I was in Vancouver on business and my colleges and I…
Some of the pictures are noisy/blurry but I just put the ones I liked as long as the quality was decent, still trying to improve my skills with the camera, I really need my own tripod though (some of them are used with a friend’s tripod).
There are a lot of “no fucks given” cars that seem to have been given plenty of fucks in the pursuit of seeming badass. This however is what giving zero fucks really looks like. A Porsche 356 painted with chalkboard paint and chalked on with chalk. Because whatever.
All wallpaper sized! Burtonsville, MD.
Hope I’m not spamming but a photography blog is for photos right?
All of these photos have been edited in Lightroom and I have the originals both in RAW CR2 and jpeg, but I don’t think I’m going to bother posting them, the thing is I think sometimes I over edit the photos and they lose their original “appeal”. (Taken with Canon Rebel T6S with a Tamron 18-200mm, that I just posted…
I have a body that ive been dying to use for a little while now, and I’m wondering what the best lense for night time street photography would be. I know some of you guys have experience with these and could maybe help me out? I was thinking a prime lense will do but I’ll take advice from as many people as I can.
At a friend’s shop. A delightful blend of an old car with new parts to keep it drivable. Canon 50D Body, Sigma 30mm f/1.4 (not Art) and f/4.0 mostly, with f/1.6 here and there.
A friend of mine who knows me through our local Cars & Coffee works for Michelin. This week they had the very last One:1 (1 of 6 worldwide) in their North American Headquarters for three days. The One:1 is shod in custom Michelins, naturally. Specially developed Pilot Sport Cup 2s. Of course they’re specially…
Last month, I purchased a 50 year old Petri Color 35mm film camera from a small local shop. I picked it up for $20. After seeing the photos that it can take, I’m convinced it was some of the best $20 I’ve ever spent. Film used was Kodak 400 C-41 B&W. The camera is 100% manual. The light meter is broken, so all of…
I drove out to Houston and shot another roll of some pretty stunning Art Deco cars and Motorcycles at the MFAH. (All images Tri-X pushed to 800)
Picked up a new Opteka 85mm f1.8 for my Nikon D7100. Considering the lens was $100 (!!), I’m very happy with the initial results. My fiancé was kind enough to be the guinea pig. Picture data: Manual focus, natural light, f1.8, 1/1250, iso100.
This is the greatest photo I’ve ever taken in Forza Motorsport. Enjoy.
Two classic Mini Coopers, a dark warehouse, a camera, and a whole lot of prancing around with an LED wand makes for a damn good Friday night.