Blog

  • Rattlesnake Bomber Base: Past Meets Present in West Texas

    During the Second World War, west Texas became home to a massive bomber training facility. I once visited the abandoned base on a photo road trip, ...
  • Why I Hate My 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens (and how I Eliminated it From My Process)

    The 24-70 f 2.8 is relatively expensive lens that offers a ton of versatility and a wide f/ 2.8 aperture throughout the whole range of zoom. Here'...
  • Autopia 2099 is this weekend!

    Autopia 2099 is a show for all cars, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and mobility solutions powered by electrons. Battery electric vehicles and plu...
  • Radwood SoCal 2021!

    Radwood SoCal 2021 was an amazing time. In this short recap, I talk about my favorite cars and what makes Radwood so special.
  • How To Shoot Panning Photos of Cars

    Panning is a photo technique where you move the camera to follow a subject in motion. The background becomes motion blurred, but the subject stays sharp, giving the image a sense of speed.
  • Five Years with My Porsche 911 SC: What I’ve Learned

    When I marked 3 years, I made a blog post. To mark 5 years, I created this video.  This video was challenging to make because I really wanted it t...
  • The Gray Fox: A Porsche 912 With a Rich History

      It was an honor to create this video tribute to a Porsche 912 and its amazing owner, George Vaccaro. George picked up this 1967 912 in Germany a...
  • Introducing Viewfinders: Interviews with Photographers

    st photographers and visual creatives — automotive and not strictly automotive — to talk about their work, their process, and how they got where th...
  • Two Ways to Lightpaint — How Documenting one method led me to a new technique

    If you experiment with car photography, you’ve probably tried light painting, which is a technique of using long exposure and a light source to li...
  • Shooting the 2021 Toyota GR Supra in a Scenic Landscape and in the City

    I’m going to walk you through how I approach a car shoot in a scenic, natural landscape — the Texas Hill Country. I'll explain four specific locations, and why I chose them.
  • Lighting the GR Supra... Using its own Headlights

    I had this strange idea that I wanted to try lighting a car using only its own headlights, via a mirror.

    It sort of worked!

  • The Toyota Harrier Zagato Existed

    I’ll be upfront about this: the only reason you’re reading these words is because I had to make a business case for why I overpaid for this item...