Excellence in Automotive Photography

Racing is life. Anything before or after is just waiting.—Steve McQueen


My love affair with imports and sports cars began in 1964 with the purchase of a black 1958 Volvo 444 sedan. This was back in the “Drive’em like you hate’em” days and before Volvos became luxury cars. You should have seen my dad’s expression when I brought the Volvo home. He was a staunch union man, a steelworker and it was inconceivable to him that anybody would buy anything but an American Car. He was upset about it for a long time but gradually became interested in the imported cars I drove.

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Over the years other photographers have asked me what kind of gear I use and this is my answer. Most importantly, I think that you should use whatever brand of camera they like and can afford. I’m a thrifty shopper and many of my cameras were purchased used or as “refurbs” at less than retail price. I keep most of my gear in specific backpacks so that I can grab one, two or three  bags and go. Tip: I also keep chargers for each camera in each backpack.

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