The ability to shoot fantastic people, things and events is what keeps me coming back to this hobby. I seek out lots of challenges, and they help me grow both as a professional and personal.
This ’68 Shelby GT500KR was a hoot to be around. It is one of four that year to have both an automatic transmission and an air conditioner. It sounds real pretty when it is running as well.
During this shoot I learned firsthand the value of speed, efficiency, and technical skills required to provide top tier products. I realized about 25 things in my last accounting of to improves from this shoot. The biggest one I can mention now is the value of shooting in a good lighting window or creating your own good lighting.
As I created these images I could understand the technical masterpieces so many artists create with good strobes, reflectors and scrims. On the day of this shot I did not have a large enough scrim…say about 10×20 feet… so we moved the vehicles all around to make this work out in good lighting. Try as I might the 46 inch circular just did not cut it no matter what we did.
Despite all that I still produced a some really nice images I am happy to share!
PS. As will all my images they are available for sale, and 10% of the sale price will go to charity.
Shelby Cobra 67-500
This Shelby Cobra is the last of the 67’s. Number 500 in fact! I saw the documentation and original window sticker to get all the proof I could need.
So it is also the last of the Cobras in the original Mustang body style. As you can see the car also wears a special badge signifying the good work of the owners to maintain it in original form. Yes it still has that wonderful throaty engine sound. It has about 14,000 original miles on it (well if I remember accurately).
This photo is available for sale if you’d like to have it adorn you wall, christmas cards or coffee mugs….please contact me at http://email@example.com! It will help me pay for the website! Let me know the size you are looking for, and I will get you a price quote!
A Shelby Cobra
I’m very excited. My son and I had a great time at Caffeine and Octane on Sunday morning. I cannot reveal the details yet, but lets just say this photo is practice for an upcoming project.
Although we had many challenges as a family this weekend, it turned out alright. Now I’m getting ready for another good work week with great people solving problems. I can only thank God for the opportunity to care for my family and others whenever possible. Jesus is the greatest example of selflessness in history…and I hope I am living the calling he set before me.
P.S. Fujifilm X-E1 post in Nik Color Effex4..and a touch of sharpening in Aperture with a brush. As always if you want to know what I did, contact me and I’ll share.