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Which would you choose? Rolls Royce or Mercedes?
A hotrodders life.
When auto designers had permission to make art, not budgets.
Jeff Baker owned this classic pair of Beetles. An oval window and a Volksrod.
Triumph Boardtracker belonging to @benflathead. Such a super cool bike.
While on the subject of bobbers…..
@sheridan_sheets Good to see you and meet the missus at the Hotrod show. Can’t wait to see what sculpture you create next to top this last one
The earlier the better. 1953 Chevrolet for Cruisin Magazine.
1954 VW Barndoor of @byronbus – VW Magazine Australia. Print magazine shoot from an X-Pro1, kit 18mm lens, and 60mm macro. Yes it can be done.
Such a nice resto of the VW bus panelvan. Showroom quality. Shot for VW Magazine Australia.
Rene’s Porsche 550 Spyder replica.
B is for Blown.
1971 Dodge Phoenix 😎 Photoshoot for Cruizin Magazine
350 Chev VW Bug. Part 2
350 Chev VW Bug. Part 1
Guess the farm machinery??? Well, it’s a tractor made from rebar. And it’s road registered Seen today at the Hotrod and Street Machine Spectacular show.
Peter Page’s crazy drag bug.
Back when @protune_perth had a few more horsepower than the VW bus he has now
Remember kids, get down to the Hotrod and Street Machine Spectacular tomorrow and Sunday. Right here in downtown Western Australia (well, Claremont really).
Was hard doing this shoot in Portland. I was super distracted wondering why the dude bothered with a tow-in surf in two-foot waves. Practice I guess?
Maurice Brennan’s VT Holden doorslammer pre-livery.
Open roof cruising in an oval window Beetle.
If you are around Perth this weekend, don’t forget the annual Hotrod and Street Machine Spectacular at Claremont Showgrounds. Here’s Peter’s Ford coupe just to whet your appetite.
Colin’s roadster is the epitome of hotrodding
Added ‘adjust lights’ to my ever-growing list of things to do to the Foz. #subaruforester #piaalights #overlander #fozxt #4xplore #flat4 #grassvalley
Subaru power. WRX ended up in Fast Fours and Rotaries Magazine. Studio shoot.
One of my favourite single cabs ever, owned by @luvbus and imported to Western Australia straight from sunny California!
Rick Hills has a pretty mean blown XB Falcon along with an impressive collection of rare Harley’s.
Most of you know me as a VW guy, but I bet you didn’t know I was president of the Rotary Engine Car Club of Queensland back in the early 90’s 🤩 Yep I owned an RX2 sedan with a 12a bridgeport, an RX3 coupe, and a Datsun 1600 race car with a 13b conversion. So when I got to shoot this neat rotary in the studio I was having all sorts of nostalgic emotions.
When you get to shoot in the bottom of an open cut mine
Chris’ mad blown HQ Monaro. Such a clean build and a mental motor! Mental I say!
Another more menacing angle
Andy took me for a blast around Barbagallo Raceway in his Ford Roadster. All he had to do was give it some pedal and it lit the tyres up straight away. Fun times!
When you want a Lamborghini but only have a Holden budget
When you haven’t brought a fill flash to a shoot you can always use a white wall to bounce some light in. Motobecane shot for classic bikes mag in the UK. Taken down at Fremantle Harbour.
Can’t get any more Aussie than Mad Max! Ford ‘Interceptor’
My 2nd and 3rd owned cars back in the late 80’s were both Ford Escorts. They weren’t anywhere near as nice (or rare) as this RS though!
I photographed this 1966 Plymouth Barracuda years ago for Australasian Classic Car Magazine. Then a while back I saw one the same colour pop up on @deuscustoms – I wonder if it’s this same one?
How’s the colour of this 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback Shot for Street Machine Fords magazine with my trusty Canon and 27-300 L Series. Workhorse of a lens!
My mate @greenisnice owned this smooth FPV Falcon
The Foz is having a short break so I’m inspired to post a heap of pics from my time photographing cars and bikes for magazines. Was heaps of fun. These are three Harley’s I shot over a weekend visiting Coffs Harbour for @ozbike_mag ————
Two months today until my epic road trip to the east coast.
Another beautiful evening on the West Coast.
Four stomachs and no brain. I think I found my doppelgänger animal!
Chatting single cab life with @pat_spiteri .
Took the @djiglobal Spark for a fly over an abandoned quarry I came across about an hour from Perth. Quite loved the colours and drama of the soils, cracks, and towering plateau.
Mount Jackson Homestead
In 1968 Meckering copped a magnitude 6.9 earthquake that concertinaed the land like an origami ostrich. Hopefully it doesn’t happen again or these sheep in an adjoining field will be f*cked!
Subaru’in our West Aussie forests. Wandoo National Park.
Bad = having your camera strap break and the whole kit smashes on the road. Good = Camera survives and only shatters a circular polarising filter
Hoons are everywhere.
Is it possible I have more fun in this car than I did in my kombi?
A little late afternoon gold in WA’s Wheatbelt.
Flat-earther off to prove a point….
Part of the Helena and Aurora Range. Western Australia.
Aurora Range. Western Australia.
Sitting back trying to light it with the power of my mind
Found a long abandoned homestead that was constructed from stone found at the local dam around 1895 this tiny little table was in a room all on his own.
Lake Deborah dry as a salty bone last Saturday. Love the colours of the Aussie outback. Shot with a DJI Spark.
Abandoned cattle yards. Western Australia’s goldfields.
Went out off-roading in the Goldfields over Easter. A few hundred kilometres of fun dirt roads. Stopped by (dry) Lake Deborah on the way back. Said hello to this family of emu’s. Well he can’t fly but I’m tellin’ you, he can run the pants off a kangaroo….
Fred Watson’s supercharged Holden Monaro ‘FEAR’. Shot way back in my studio cyclorama before light painting was a thing. Made a custom lighting rig overhead with diffused bulbs and shot in pitch dark with a Canon 5d. Inside a big dark warehouse on my own on a stormy night.
Not a bad day today. Reminds me of cruising the coastal drive after work to relax.
Perth. City to the left, WACA to the right. Me at the river. #perth
Out in the badlands.
VW Country Buggy
Hanging around forests in the dark
#poollife #abstract #nodiving
Scarborough sunsets. #westernaustralia
Not stars and UFO’s, these were just a fraction of pimped boats on Sydney Harbour at NYE
Took the Foz to the dunes today in Lancelin. Got to test out the new @piaa_usa spots on the way home in the dark. Recently also fitted a Cobb down pipe and ecutek retune.
Summer and stuff #Canberra
My afternoon sunlight #abstraction
Itching for another road trip soon. Maybe just a day excursion for photos.
I had this dream where James Spader was teaching me to play golf. I don’t even like golf. Weird brain.
Goodbye weekend, hello Monday.
Subaru’s and mountains. A perfect combination.
Midnight in Sydney #travels
How’s this amazing sunset last week? No colour adjusting here. After a couple of days of a forest fire the smoke haze drifted over Perth city and along the coastline. The smoke filtering the sunlight into a breathtaking golden glow as the sun disappeared behind Rottnest Island. For scale, to its right is an offshore exploration rig platform. Neato!
Sun setting behind Coffs Harbour marina.
Yesterday’s bushfire in Mundaring State Forest. Three thousand hectares lost to a suspected arsonist. Hope they catch the gutless bastard.
Welcome to Earth
Salt flats over the wheat belt.
Looking forward to some more south-west trails over Summer.
Kept passing through this on road between Nambucca Heads and Coffs Harbour. Every time I saw it I pictured it in black and white or sepia; the trees over the roof adding a strange feel to it. Anyway I took a photo on my last day. I should have shot it more from the middle of the highway but I was too lazy. Next visit I’ll make more of an effort.
Muttonbird Island is a nature reserve off the shore of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia, on the southern boundary of the Solitary Islands Marine Park. It is linked to the mainland by a causeway, which acts as the northern breakwater for the harbour. With over 5,500 breeding pairs, it is a major breeding ground for wedge-tailed shearwaters, known locally as muttonbirds, which migrate annually to the Philippines but return to breed on the island.
34, humid, and stormy. #sydney #stormsacomin First shot straight out of iPhone X with @halideapp
I had a brilliant idea of attending @rallyschoolaustralia in Cessnock today during a record heat wave. Sixteen laps in a WRX and Toyota 86 were worth the sweaty balls though.