Excellence in Automotive Photography

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

About

My love affair with imports and sports cars began in 1964 with the purchase of a used black 1958 Volvo 444 sedan. This was back in Volvo’s “Drive’em like you hate’em” days and before they 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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Gear

Over the years photographers have asked me about the kind of gear that I use and this section is my answer to that question. Most importantly, I think 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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