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AMMO NYC Ferrari P4/5 Detail

I love this job – I never know what will be on the docket. From Formula E, to the BMW Performance Driving Center and beyond. But AMMO NYC is special; I truly never know what Larry will call on me to shoot. And if you gave me a thousand guesses, a Ferrari P4/5 would not… Read More »

AMMO Paint Regimen Review

This is my own AMMO Paint Regimen Review, and in no way endorsed by anyone. While the images here depict REFLEX, the newly available REFLEX PRO works the same way. It’s simply a better version. One thing I really enjoy doing is making my cars look amazing. I’ve been detailing since I was 15, and… Read More »

A review of Cars & Bids

With the impending arrival of my G80 M3, it’s time for the 335i to find a new home. With its M Power Kit and various M add-ons, the car is special enough to place on Cars & Bids. If you’re thinking of putting your car up for bid, here are some tips, along with a… Read More »

Shooting the Glickenhaus Boot

Yes, I know what you’re thinking. This is not a BMW, and it couldn’t be further away from the sports cars I normally shoot. But the Glickenhaus Boot that Larry from AMMO NYC was working on presented such a different subject, I couldn’t help but get excited. It’s Big, and Loud I’ve been around all… Read More »

A tour of AMMO NYC’S New Garage

Larry Kosilla of AMMO NYC has been a client for many years, and he invited me to shoot both his new garage and the famous AMMO 964 and R8. Take a tour with me of his incredible space! Walking into the AMMO NYC Garage Located on a quiet, unassuming cul-de-sac, the shop itself is unremarkable… Read More »

Top 5 tips for detailing your car for a photo shoot

How can you detail your car perfectly for an upcoming shoot? Everybody that loves their car usually has a wash and detail routine for it. After all, we want to keep it looking its best. The point of this post is not an end-all be-all of car detailing. For that, you should head over to… Read More »

How to shoot a car in a studio, Part 1

Shooting a car in its natural environment often makes sense. That’s what the car will be seen in most. But, what if we need just a silhouette of a car, with perfect lighting and reflections? That’s when we book some space at a professional studio. If you’ve never been to one and wonder how to… Read More »