All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Ferrari’

Ferraris at Fifty

Ferraris at Fifty

Unless you have been living under a stone or are not into photography or cars (then how did you get here??) you will know that it was Festival of Speed at Goodwood last weekend. Five championship F1 Ferraris that were driven by Michael Schumacher were brought together in the Assembly Area at Goodwood for us […]

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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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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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My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

My big Interview in Professional Photographer Magazine: True Lies

Here is my ‘Big Interview’ (their words, not mine) in Professional Photographer, November 2012 issue. Nigel Harniman tells Kathrine Anker why photography is so important to his CGI ad campaigns, and how his invented chocolate car got its sexy shine. My chat with Nigel Harniman was my first peek behind the scenes of Computer Generated […]

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Ferrari: a hobbyist’s vision

Ferrari: a hobbyist’s vision

The Ferrari job is pure test piece, pure opportunist. Hobbyist. I did it in earlier in the year to coincide with the start of the Formula 1 season. It was an idea I’d had for a while: play around with a Ferrari on a backplate, shot on another job. Learn from it. Use it. Maybe […]

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