Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category
Comparing vehicles is always a lot of fun, and these three were just similar enough to make it interesting. This was for a comparo that will appear in World of Wheels Magazine next month.
A Jeep engineer having some fun in a wash during an off-road excursion. Location? Moab, Utah. This photo was used for a World of Wheels magazine cover in August, 2007.
*Update, July 31: Uploaded the original to Flickr, so felt I should update this post, too.
Nothing too special, just spent a little time getting to know the latest Jag and my new camera. It’s available on my Flickr as a desktop-sized download, too!
I took this shot somewhere slightly northeast of the city. I spotted this pristine green field, flat, and full of colour. Besides doing static stuff in front of old buildings, the Bentley is very hard to photograph. It’s a sense that whatever shot it’s in, it’ll be the dominating factor.
Especially in robin’s egg blue with a butterscotch sundae interior.
I took this while on a drive with my friend Nauman. North of Toronto there are some wonderful driving roads that are just two lanes of tarmac laid upon the countryside.
Over the hood of a Mercedes-Benz SLK55 AMG en route to Sarnia, Ontario.
From Wikipedia: Lomography emphasizes casual, snapshot photography. Characteristics such as over-saturated colors, off-kilter exposure, blurring, “happy accidents,” and alternative film processing are often considered part of the “Lomographic Technique.”