A few closeups of the raw (and often deadly) machines of 70's and 80's Grand Prix racing from COTA earlier this year.
Needed to finish a roll of film that had been sitting in the camera for months,
What a pretty SiR hatch!
How’s everyone doing on this fine Wednesday?
Three weeks. Twenty-one days. Five-hundred and four hours, each one more agonizingly slow than the next. Yes, that’s how long it’d been since I’ve driven a car. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and now I know what they mean.
My personal favorite photographs I took over the last year. I recently learned there is a photography sub-blog on here but as I’m not yet added to it I suppose I’ll be spamming you all. I promise there are a few cars in here though...
Repost for the daytime crowd, with a couple additions.
I am excited to finally be able to talk about this! Back in October our 56 Chevy “Miss Taboo” was photographed for an upcoming issue of Traditional Rod & Kulture Illustrated magazine and the feature is finally hitting the internet and shelves! While the paper copy is not officially out till the 6th the online version…
I was on my way to do some computer work for some folks yesterday and had to pass by a small beach known locally as Westhaver’s Beach here near Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada. We’re getting some very cold temperatures here (-10 to -15C plus windchill!) but the days have been crisp and clear. A storm is on the way at…
Well as I have been enjoying New Years Eve eve. Decided I would do a nice collection of the Forza 7 snap shots I have done in the past couple of months. I have been trying new settings trying to get a more realistic look. I am just amazed at the lighting the game creates and how well they reflections come out.
This is a follow-up to my last post:
All my attempts to purchase a DSLR this previous week were thwarted at every single turn.
A couple of weeks ago, had a little photo shoot with my 33 Ford Pickup. Got the pictures back and wow they came out great! The old paint my grandpa laid down in garage 27 years ago still pops under the lights. The photographer was great to work with and if anyone in the Portland Oregon area needs some nice quality…
Nothing much happened, apart from turning 20 last October!
The familiar smell of race exhaust greeted me warmly as I entered the grounds of Sebring International Raceway this past Saturday. Old race cars screamed by at incredible speeds below Fangio Terrace and I had all day to shoot.
As I have done in the past four years, I spent the first weekend of November out at Portland International Raceway shooting for Audi Club Northwest’s Quattrofest event. While it was wasn’t quite a rainy as the last few years, it was a little bit nippier in the morning.
Potato pic, sorry.