One classic from the fifties and one from the sixties.
This week I had the chance to shoot two spectacular but completely different rare automobiles from the sixties.
First off was an amazing 1967 Ferrari 365GT. With a ground up restoration under its belt, this car sounded like a beautiful 12 cylinder orchestra. We found a real sweet location up in the valley and caught the late afternoon light just in time.
Next was a totally different experience. Down to the dark alleys of Long Beach for a film noir in color! And what a color it was. A pinkish salmon 1955 Studebaker Champion. Owned, maintained and driven by my friend Kristin Martin (GreaseGirl for those in the know) we set out to create a dark and moody feel with this one.
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