All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Car Photography’

Lamborghini seen with Trichromatic

Lamborghini seen with Trichromatic

A few weeks back, in between commercial shoots, I was asked to give a hands on automotive studio shoot demonstration with a rather stunning Lamborghini Aventador using the latest Phase One IQ3 100MP Trichromatic Digital Back just released. The new back gives, as Phase One put it ‘101-megapixels of creative possibility in never-before possible colour […]

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Ghost…For ‘A Life of Style & Substance’

Ghost…For ‘A Life of Style & Substance’

Following the success of the Phantom imagery earlier this year, we were invited to shoot the fabulous new Ghost for the launch this week. Our brief was to capture the iconic lines and unique features of the new Ghost – to quote Giles Taylor, Director of Design at Rolls-Royce, ‘The most successful designs always come […]

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In the Moody Mountains with Mitsubishi

In the Moody Mountains with Mitsubishi

During the summer, we had another great press ad shoot with the Mitsubishi team, this time in the moody mountains of Wales. The brief was to capture the cars in epic landscapes & Snowdon came up trumps, with a mix of all weathers – brilliant sunshine, fog and torrential rain all in a few days. […]

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Jaguar I-Type – it’s electric!

Jaguar I-Type – it’s electric!

Just released is the imagery of the latest Jaguar I-Type 2 Formula E car. We spent a few days in the studio with this beauty shooting stills and video using Phase One, Sony and DJI for the aerial sequences. Here are just a few of the results – enjoy… And check out the film here […]

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Escape Your Virtual Life?

Escape Your Virtual Life?

Released in the press this weekend ‘Escape Your Virtual Life’. The latest ad campaign for the new Mitsubishi ASX, encourages viewers to get off their screens and experience more of the real world! We started shooting on location in Portugal back in September, capturing the road & seascape seen on the screens. My Instagram & […]

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Mads Mikkelsen…Le Fantôme & The Edge

Mads Mikkelsen…Le Fantôme & The Edge

A few weeks ago, we were on location with Mads Mikkelsen in the role of Le Fantôme,  the new short film for the Ford Edge, shot in Croatia. When I say ‘short film’, it is an 8 minute long story – quite unique in car advertising terms – featuring the StarWars/ Marvel/ James Bond Scandi-Baddie […]

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‘Is this the Greatest Revival Image of All Time?…’

‘Is this the Greatest Revival Image of All Time?…’

Well that was the question posed by Henry Hope-Frost in his article on Goodwood Revival 2016 a few weeks back. Modesty of course, prevents me from commenting further 😉 but whether or not it is, the line up of cars was certainly pretty impressive. A dozen mid 1960’s F1 cars including Brabham, BRM, Cooper, Ferrari, Lotus […]

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Speed, Selfies & Shoes off the Sofa!

Speed, Selfies & Shoes off the Sofa!

Goodwood Festival of Speed just keeps getting better & better – I first attended as a spectator back in the late 90’s & more recently shooting for Goodwood. The images here are a selection from the 2016 #FoS a couple of weeks ago. The thing that makes FoS so unique as an automotive event is the […]

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Flying in a Ferrari…

Flying in a Ferrari…

Last month, we were out in Dubai for a few weeks shooting a lifestyle project for Mercedes-Benz (images not released yet) and a rather special supercar – the Ferrari 488 GTB. 0-60 in 3 seconds, top speed of 205mph, about £185k and in the words of Mr Clarkson in his recent Sunday Times Driving review – ‘It’s devilishly […]

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To Lightpaint, or not to Lightpaint…

To Lightpaint, or not to Lightpaint…

That is the question! Lightpainting has been around in car photography in one shape or form for many years. Back in the day, we lit with a 6ft Kino Flo – great effect, but another large piece of kit for the production team to load in & out of grip vans, airport check-ins etc… Now we […]

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