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Corvette LS1 Engine
Black on black small block Chevy engine photographed outdoors. Shot in open shade with slight amount of fill light off camera.
935 Porsche Kremer
Rare as a white tiger, this Kremer tuned Porsche is set against a string of lights in a time exposure to create speed with a static image.
Dust to Glory
Shooting static vehicles means one must be innovative to convey a sense of movement. Dust was kicked up by a moving car, captured by a long exposure with camera on tripod.
A '51 Ford Custom Club Coupe is a spectacular example of post-war craftsmanship. The dash is like no other, and this one had the look I wanted.
Lincoln Continentals of the Sixties are true classics made popular in the JFK administration.
Badging is best when it's rusted, chipped and aged. This Oldsmobile rear trunk emblem from a '52 Oldsmobile 98 retained that period feel.
It wasn't the best, or the fastest or even the most expensive Ferrari, but the 308 GTS was affordable and that made it appealing. Under the right lighting conditions it looks like it's worth a million bucks. The '80s TV show Magnum P.I. featured the 308 GTS.