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Retro review: 1997 Mitsubishi 3000GT

Cars have always been important to me, and welcoming a new car is always a special day. But there’s nothing like your first one, which in my case was a 1997 Mitsubishi 3000GT SL. My parents are moving from the family home, and they came across some old film shots of my car. You can… Read More »

PrimeNYC show recap

By now, my love for Japanese cars is well documented. It’s how I got started with all of this. And before I take you to the PrimeNYC show recap, I’m going to give you a little context… Yep, that’s my 3000GT and my first 350Z, together in 2004. This was taken in a Pathmark parking… Read More »

The 2020 recap

Just like everyone else on the planet, 2020 has been a year to remember for me. Thankfully, shooting cars is something that can be done safely outside, so there were still plenty of amazing vehicles to get a good look at through my lens. Here’s a 2020 recap! 1 – BMW M School Yes, I… Read More »

Capturing automotive detail

You know my theme by now – cars have a soul. We usually focus on the big picture – lighting, environment, angle…but what about capturing automotive detail? Badging, dials, interior. They matter too, especially if you hope to get your car into a magazine spread. Today I’ll review a few tips on capturing automotive details,… Read More »

Shooting the Mitsubishi 3000GT

Take a look at my portfolio, and you’ll see a lot of expensive luxury cars. Occasionally, I might get a bit star struck by a particular favorite, but at the end of the day, I’m there to make the car look at good as possible. But there are favorites. I’m sure you have them. A… Read More »

How the 3000GT composite was made

BMWs will always be a passion of mine, but my first love was a Mitsubishi 3000GT. Laugh all you want, but to me, there is no car more beautiful on this Earth. Finding one to shoot…not so easy. Made from 1991 through 1999, the car was never produced in large numbers, and the VR-4 is… Read More »