Private Shoots

15 May

While the bulk of our work is in photographing the East Coast’s top modified cars and bikes for magazines, we also offer private photo shoots!

Private shoots can be adjusted to suit most budgets. We can simply shoot more or less, depending on what you need or want. For instance, if you just want to have a couple of nice prints on your wall or a poster with some inset detail shots across the top or bottom with a big main image, we can do the photo shoot to suit, meaning we’re not spending all day taking photos or on the computer later, costing you more.

Poster Prints

Perhaps you just want a nice poster for your wall?

So, we offer packages from full magazine-style shoots right down to just a handful of perfectly finished photos. Contact Us today for a quote on your car or bike!

Where will we do the shoot? We’re happy to come to you in most cases. Based in Newcastle NSW, we operate in NSW between Port Macquarie in the north and Wollongong in the South. With enough notice, we can accommodate you, no matter how small the shoot is.

Different cars and bikes need different lighting to make them look their best. We’ll work with you to try and shoot your machine at that time. Generally speaking, late afternoon is usually the best time for most vehicles. So factor this into your plans. If the weather turns out to be wet or an evening shoot just isn’t possible, locating somewhere under cover in your local area is the way to fly. We work well under cover!

If your pride and joy is good enough for you to want to immortalise it print, there’s a good chance a magazine will be interested in it, too. When you contact us to enquire about a shoot, we’ll ask for some happy snaps, showing us the different parts of the car or bike. If we reckon it’s got a shot, we’ll approach some magazines on your behalf. If one of them commissions it, we can then shoot your machine at a drastically reduced rate! How good is that!?

Magazine Shoots

If your car is good enough, we might even get it into a magazine!

(See also: What’s Involved)

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