Last week, we had the pleasure of shooting Property Armor’s latest creation – the X90. This versatile piece of hardware is designed to thoroughly protect a wide range of HVAC compressors (the outdoor part) from the increasing threat of copper thieves. The best part – it is fully adjustable and assembles in just 90 seconds!
To highlight these unique features, we shot the unit on a white backdrop, taking photos as we assembled (shown above) and expanded the unit. Then, in post production, I edited out all the shadows and imperfections, lined everything up nicely, and put it into the animated GIF you see above.
We recently received word that we’ll have the honor of shooting the 2012 Concours D’Elegance on behalf of the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island. Being an avid car guy, this is an exciting opportunity, made all the more exciting by the car they will be honoring – namely the Ferrari 250 GTO. In 2010, one of these beauties went for £12 million at a rare car auction in London.
Got some spare change lying around? Well perhaps you can pick up one of these – or one of the countless other stunning, rare autos that will be featured at the Concours this year.
Now, I’ve been accused of being a bit of a car nut by more than one person. As a result, I have always had a passion for automotive photography. Several years ago, a few car guys that share my passion of all things auto began getting together on the first Saturday of every month at the Merrill Rd. Krystal’s to hang out, talk shop and most importantly, show off their cars. Today, this has grown into quite the event, often with over 50 cars and lots of fans. Here are a few photos from this Saturday’s show:
Note, all these photos are in 720P format, so they can easily be used for desktop wallpaper if you find one you fancy! To download, simply click on the photo you like from the gallery below. Right above the photo will be a link to the full resolution image. Simply right click that link and save it to your photo folder. With some internet browsers, you can even right click on the full resolution image and set it as your background right from there!