All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Bentley’

Analogue Archive – Just got to LOVE analogue rig photography!

Analogue Archive – Just got to LOVE analogue rig photography!

‘What have we been up to during lockdown?’ It’s the question right now, isn’t it?
Well, we’ve been compiling material in the ‘Analogue Archive’ and posted some of the best of the best on Instagram every day.

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FOCUSED – Ads in Black & White

FOCUSED – Ads in Black & White

“Black and white images can lead the consumer to focus on the abstract, essential and defining components of a product.” – The Journal of Consumer Research, University of Chicago Press I have recently been immersed in two major automotive brand shoots and plunged into 2020 and the world of commercial automotive photography with a vengeance! […]

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CREATIVESGO Interview

CREATIVESGO Interview

Nigel Harniman – Career Insight – Dec 20th, 2019 As a nice round off to the year I was asked about some of my career highlights in order to feature on the CreativesGo website. CreativesGo specialize in a real-world view of careers around cameras with insight from industry experts, aimed at photographers, filmmakers and creatives. […]

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Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari

Quite simply – I love this job. I get to combine my two true passions – cars and photography. I love what I do and nothing great comes from mediocrity. Passion, performance, dedication – it not only builds race cars but it’s what keeps me on location until 1am only to have to start again at 4am. And I love cars – what I do supremely interests me and there is always, always something new to see, do, learn and appreciate about them. Every single shoot, with every single type of vehicle I try and seek out the designer and then barrage them with questions about why they do what they do.

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Donington Historic and an NSX

Donington Historic and an NSX

Most of this weekend was spent at Donington Historic Festival – a relatively new date on the historic racing calendar. I was asked to take part in the ‘Supercars Through the Decades’ demonstration representing the ’90’s with my 1996 Honda NSX. Other cars taking part were BMW i8, Jenson Button’s ex McLaren, GT40, Ferrari, Porsche […]

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Phota Your Mota for Recognition and Rewards

Phota Your Mota for Recognition and Rewards

As you know I love taking pictures of cars, I’m also lucky enough to get paid for it. Surrounding myself with camera equipment and automobiles is what makes me happy on a daily basis. What also makes me happy is seeing up and coming photographers that share my passion. I’ve reached a point where I’m […]

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Photoshoots, Supercars, Videos and People Photography

Photoshoots, Supercars, Videos and People Photography

Blogtastic! MG reveal the New Mini Model MG use our studio shots to reveal the new mini model. With our MG buddies (@oneblackbear) just around the corner, we’ve been popping by a bit to see how they’ve been playing with the images we took. Read more… Nissan Qashqai 360 Connected to the City Checkout Canary […]

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Secret Shoots in Secure Locations – Revealed!

Secret Shoots in Secure Locations – Revealed!

Please note: ‘We’ means the royal we, such as I, Harniman and my trusty gang! Sometimes we’re lucky enough to receive covert communications from car manufacturers that reveals classified information as we’re asked to shoot at a clandestine location. These requests usually derive from some of the best car manufacturers who would like to see […]

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Giving Cars Some Stick Since the Nineties

Giving Cars Some Stick Since the Nineties

Since the nineties I’ve had one piece of kit that has helped me capture exactly what I need for clients such as Bentley, Peugeot and Subaru. To the passer by this kit looks like an extendable thick stick, something fire-fighters might use to rescue a cat from a tree, but to me, it’s a trusty […]

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Bentley, Breitling and the cloak and dagger world of the Continental GT

Bentley, Breitling and the cloak and dagger world of the Continental GT

Bentley was one of those dream jobs that come round every so often. You do the shoot, the client likes it; you do another, their client likes it. The shoot leads to other jobs and the spin off can last several years. As I say, a dream job. With the launch of the Contintental GT […]

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