ok ok Obviously you have mastered the "still" car shot.. now let's see some with MOVING cars.. lol. :D
i am really, seriously, for real, very jealous of you work. In our family business (collision repair) I work with many many cars on a daily basis and I have been around some absolute stunners (Ferrari Enzo, F50, F40, Lambo Gallardo, Porsches gallore- unfortunatly, most of these were before I got serious about photography:(). MAN I wish I had 1/8 of your photoshop/photography skills. You can take a car I don't even care for and make me want to hang it on my wall.
I am much like you, I like Vibrant photos. These are just very, very well done.
(I'm not saying I am in love with All of them.. but MOST of them :D)
p.s. My personal faves: the Lambo in post #97, and the old chevy in your first post. Both Sunning!
Thank you. I've tried a few rolling shots (I've even bought a rig to hook the camera to cars) but I don't care much for them myself. I had a canon 70-200 f4 L is usm lens that I was supposed to use, but I eventually sold it again. The only good thing about rolling shots is that you don't have to pay much attention to what background you have, as it's going to be blurry anyways. That makes it a whole lot easier :)
Winter is creeping up on us here in norway, so there won't be that much new stuff untill next year..
Tried as hard as I could to create a very "neutral" picture with this one. I think I've achived that. Some might be put off by the lack of fancy colors and such, but... Can't please everyone :) I've also re-designed my web page, so if anyone wants to pop into www.mariusaasheim.com and have a look and leave a comment about it, feel free! :)
if i would ever start an auto magazine.. you would be my head photographer.. just so you know. :) really great stuff.
Drop me a line if you ever do it :D