Here are my favourite photographs of 2018
Yes I took this pic myself, no I didn’t really have a gun with me (that’s Roger Moore’s hand and Walther PPK – LOL). Click on for more pics.
Sometimes I take out a car, and end up with a sequence of great shots. Usually because I have time and the weather and location play along. Ended up quite pleased with all the photosets for the cars you see below
Absolutely adore how this image turned out, catching the phenomenal Jaguar XE SV Project 8 at just the right moment in just the right spot at the Dubai Autodrome, with a nicely juxtapositioned shadow and a real sense of speed. My drive video here.
Got out for a moment during an off-road drive in this new Jeep Wrangler and was stunned by the vista behind us in the beautiful Austrian hills. Like how this pic turned out too.
Just caught this image of an old Morris Minor leaving a car show in the UK and it was like a time capsule from the 1960s particularly with the girl in the hat visible.
Some say I overuse/misuse my beloved wide-angle lens, and certainly this image totally distorts how the Jaguar E-Pace actually looks, but I do like the drama this evokes.
Formula 1 cars are really hard to shoot, especially when you can only do so from the VIP balconies above the pits in my case! Nonetheless respect to all the motorsports photographers out there. Still got a few nice shots, including this overhead of a Red Bull pit stop in action.
This is how you make a Lexus ES look sexy!
I’m not really an animal-person as such, but I do like shooting them – with a camera that is! – whenever I get the opportunity. Got real close to this squirrel above, and perhaps a little too intimate with the camel below!
In 2019 though I think I want to try a little more ‘Street Photography’ and some architecture imagery.
This was at the London Tobacco Docks, heavily edited I know, but I like the vibrancy of it.
Caught the bird just by chance. Posted this on my social media with the caption ‘From the ground people can’t tell how high you really are’. I like the way the perspective makes it seem the bird is near the top of the Burj, in which case it would have been massive!
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