Our first car has the charm that it was the first, but whether it was a classic or just a fun around having that portrait later on is always a joy.
This VW Scirocco as juxtaposed among the straight overhead bridges to emphasise the cars taut curves and simple colour.
Context makes all the difference. Imagine the same car above taken against a convenience shop backdrop.
The Porsche is one of the few cars that looks great from any direction but some fast cars look better shot from certain angles. I try them all.
With unusual lighting I can bring out your car’s personality. I bring out the beauty that the car’s designer wants you to see.
Brochures and flyers require attention to detail that we do routinely, capturing creative angles and features. This can only be done well by using pro-photography.
This wheel shot looks pretty straightforward but preparation was the key. Using the right focal length on this freshly polished alloy required reflectors and this shot was edited down from a number of original tests.
This shoot is helped by dramatic skies, which makes location shoots popular. This type of shot is, of course, weather dependant.