Took this photo a while ago of my ruckus. Only used one speedlite for this. Dummy me forgot my other set of batteries in the charger. Not bad for only 1 light if you ask me.
Canon 1d mkII
Alienbee remote trigger
A few weeks ago, we had a visitor, Justin Shreeve, from the west coast to shoot a video for EatSleepRace and it was his first time in the tri-state area. So being the awesome hostess that we are, we took him on a little tour. Our first stop landed us in Liberty State Park in Jersey to get a nice shot of the NYC skyline.
A few months ago, I was lucky enough to shoot Dave Hary’s S14 for the cover of this European magazine. Now if i can only snag a few copies of the mag… Do i have any friends in the UK??? lol
Just a few snaps of my ruckus at a meet. There just happened to be a pretty tree there. I just wish I had some of my lighting there to get better exposure. Oh wells… there’s always next time.
This Friday’s flush vehicle is a Honda S2000. I really don’t know much about this car. I’ve seen it at a few events and meets but I’ve never actually seen the owner anywhere near the car. It’s clean, low and has a sick set of wheels with a rad offset.
For a few more photos, follow the link.
I took a few snaps of Ryan Ramnarain’s Lexus IS300 (New Image Motorsports) for Eat Sleep Race not long ago. Those snaps ended up turning into wall papers. Click on the pictures above to www.eatsleeprace.com and download the appropriate wall paper size.
After spending hours organizing and backing up tons of photos on my computer, I happen to come across my very first rig shot. Camera rigs back then were such a hush hush thing that if you didn’t share your setup with another photog, you were just hated on. Now it seems like everyone has a rig and these shots just aren’t that “special” anymore. Gotta thank my homie Luke for the rig setup!
Just bare with me people on this… trying to figure all of this out while trying to get other work done too lol…