All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Photographer’

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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Lightweight E-Type – one of ‘The Missing Six’

Lightweight E-Type – one of ‘The Missing Six’

Well luckily I ‘found’ one on location a few weeks back and here are the fruits of the find, revealed in London’s Mayfair last night! The ‘Special FT’ Lightweight E-types were originally built with new-style aluminium bodies in the sixties. 18 chassis were planned, but only 12 were built. Six chassis numbers assigned to Lightweights were […]

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Is it a Mirage?

Is it a Mirage?

‘It’s Easy to See the Attraction’ is the latest press campaign for the new Mirage from Mitsubishi. We shot this a few weeks back in a city centre location, as evening fell & the lights came on to give that fun ‘buzzing round the city’ feel to the car. The brief was to find a smart looking […]

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Behind Garage Doors – The Art of Motor Racing

Behind Garage Doors – The Art of Motor Racing

Just out of the edit is our latest film ‘The Art of Motor Racing’ – taking the viewer ‘behind the garage doors’ at Martin Stretton Motor Racing. Martin Stretton is a long time friend and three times winner of the Monaco Historic GP. We also got together on screen last year to film ‘The Gadget Show’ for […]

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‘Welcome to Shogun Territory’ 2016 press campaign

‘Welcome to Shogun Territory’ 2016 press campaign

At the beginning of the year, we shot the latest ‘Welcome to Shogun Territory’ press campaign for Mitsubishi in a less than obvious location for a 4×4 shoot. The Isle of Skye was the location found for last year’s campaign with it’s incredible rocky landscapes forming the dramatic backdrop to the imagery. This year, agency and client […]

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74th Goodwood Members Meeting #74MM

74th Goodwood Members Meeting #74MM

Just back from another fantastic weekend shooting at Goodwood at the 74th Members Meeting #74MM. We had a very varied few days – from shooting aerial drone video before the crowds descended, to evening shoots with very special cars from Mercedes-Benz Museum Stuttgart (a pair of W196 F1 and W25) and JPS Lotus (under wraps at the moment, so […]

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Chasing Classics – Honda NSX

Chasing Classics – Honda NSX

I always like to work with new innovations in photography – drone footage is no exception. After a year of testing and refining techniques and getting fully licensed to fly for commercial work (PFAW from the CAA), I headed to my favourite location on the planet to shoot a classic 1996 Honda NSX. So take […]

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Storm in Shogun Territory – BTS

Storm in Shogun Territory – BTS

We are just back from shooting the new Shogun press campaign for Mitsubishi…and not in an obvious location for a 4×4 shoot. Last year, we shot the campaign up in the wilds of the Isle of Skye and this year, the client wanted to take the theme of ‘Welcome to Shogun Territory’ further. So, the […]

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Dronelife…do I really need a licence?

Dronelife…do I really need a licence?

You might have seen a few behind the scenes snaps over the summer on my Instagram of us having fun in the air with the drone. Flying for fun is one thing, but commercial drone flying (valuable consideration) needs to be licensed. So, what the hell does valuable consideration mean? Well after doing a bit of internet trolling, […]

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Adventure Advanced Live – ASX Press Ad shoot

Adventure Advanced Live – ASX Press Ad shoot

The Adventure Advanced campaign ads are now released in the national press for the Mitsubishi ASX which we shot a few weeks back. It was a great campaign to work on, developing on the theme of last years ad where we shot an urban canoeist keeping pace with the ASX along the city streets. Take a […]

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