Service Heroes: New Feature Coming to the Blog

Service Heroes: New Feature Coming to the Blog

Today’s Post by Joe Farace, photo by Jamie Zartman Back in the 1970’s I was the editor of the local Porsche Club’s monthly newsletter. This was before desktop publishing software, laser printers and all of the gear that makes creating a newsletter easier these days....
Pre-visualizing Infrared Car Photographs

Pre-visualizing Infrared Car Photographs

Today’s Post by Joe Farace “If I have any ‘message’ worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no short cuts in photography.” – Edward Weston If a photograph is really about light, how is infrared photography about capturing images using invisible light?...
Before & After: Open or Closed Hoods?

Before & After: Open or Closed Hoods?

Today’s Post by Joe Farace One of my many tips for car show photography is that you should try, and I know that it’s not always possible, not make photographs of cars with their hoods raised. At car shows and especially Cars & Coffee events, many owners like...
First Impressions: Mary Drives the VW ID.4

First Impressions: Mary Drives the VW ID.4

Today’s Post by Mary and Joe Farace As a lifelong Volkswagen enthusiast. Mary was invited to test drive the new VW ID.4 electric crossover this past Saturday at Park Meadows Mall. She took me along for a ride and here’s how it went… The test drive itself was mapped...
Adding Digital Zoom-Zoom to a Mazda RX7

Adding Digital Zoom-Zoom to a Mazda RX7

Today’s Post by Joe Farace I love drag racing and once upon a time was known to take my old GTI 337 down the strip just for the fun of it. Living on Colorado we don’t have much of a winter racing scene, except for the ice racers, of course, but that doesn’t mean...