Posts Tagged ‘magazine photoshoot’

Feature Car: Peter Webb’s 1928 Ford Roadster ‘RED28R’

22 Sep

More and more of our feature shoots are starting to appear in their respective magazine titles and this selection of six images are of Peter Webb’s tasty 1928 Ford roadster. We originally found Peter’s hot rod at the Stanwell Park ‘Tug in the Park’ show.

Running Ford power, Peter’s roadster is detailed to the hilt, top to bottom and features a nice set of billet wheels, carbon fibre dash insert and cream leather trim, including a functional dickie seat. You can read all about it in issue 10 of Heavy Duty Hot Rods magazine, due on sale any day now.

For interested parties, you’ll find strobist information on each relevant image caption on our Flickr page. Just click on the thumbnails below or CLICK HERE to view the entire gallery. You can also download FREE desktop wallpapers after the jump, too!

Peter Webb's 1928 Ford 'RED28R'

Peter Webb's 1928 Ford 'RED28R'      Peter Webb's 1928 Ford 'RED28R'

Feature Car: Ashley Ducker’s Holden VS Calais ‘PINK5L’

14 Sep

A selection of 7 images taken during our photo shoot on Ashley Ducker’s sweet pink Holden VS Calais known as ‘PINK5L’. We shot it for issue 188 of Street Commodores, which is due out soon.

It’s great to see more females getting actively into the modified car scene here in Australia and her Calais can easily put it to most guy’s cars with its injected 5L V8, detailed and smoothed engine bay and custom interior. Pop the boot and you’ll be greeted with a sweet install, too!

You can download all these images as desktop wallpapers for FREE by clicking HERE or clicking on the thumbs below.

Any strobist information is included on each image’s caption, so head on over to our Flickr page and check ’em out!

Ashley Ducker's VS Calais 'PINK5L'
Ashley Ducker's VS Calais 'PINK5L'
      Ashley Ducker's VS Calais 'PINK5L'

Feature Car: Buddy Isaac’s 1932 Ford Roadster ‘BUD350’

12 Sep

A selection of four images from a recent photo shoot we did on Buddy Isaac’s blindingly bright orange 1932 Ford roadster for Heavy Duty Hotrods in Australia.

Buddy bought the Ford-powered rod in a complete state, however he went about refinishing it and restoring it to his own exacting standards. With a long history in the Australian modified car scene – particularly with in the small-car scene – we’re not surprised he couldn’t leave it alone!

Be sure to check out issue 10 of Heavy Duty Hotrods for the full feature story and shoot. You can download FREE desktop wallpaper versions of these images by CLICKING HERE or on the thumbs below. Enjoy!

Buddy Isaac's 1932 Ford

Buddy Isaac's 1932 Ford      Buddy Isaac's 1932 Ford

Feature Car… er, bike: Greg’s Custom Harley Chopper

17 Aug

Here’s a selection of six images Hosking Industries took of a custom Harley Davidson chopper motorcycle during a recent shoot for Wild Aussie Choppers magazine in Australia. Greg works for Hills & Co in Taree, NSW; but built this wicked machine before his tenure with the metal craftsman Justin Hills.

We didn’t use much in the way of flashes in this shoot thanks to the nice open shade of the workshop. We did use some compositing though, particularly to reflect some white up into the chrome work on some shots. The portrait uses strobes and you’ll find info on that on the relevant caption when visiting our Flickr page by CLICKING HERE. You can also download FREE wallpaper images by clicking the images below.

Greg's Custom Harley Chopper

Greg's Custom Harley Chopper Greg's Custom Harley Chopper

Feature Bike: Peter’s ‘RATZ’ Triumph Motorcycle

17 May

Here’s a selection of images from a recent photoshoot we did for Wild Aussie Choppers magazine in Australia, on Peter’s ‘RATZ’ Triumph/BSA motorcycle. The shots were taken up in the Blue Mountains of NSW and culminated in a seven page feature spread.

You can download free 1280res desktop wallpaper version of these images and more by clicking on the thumbnails above and below. Enjoy! CLICK HERE to view the entire gallery.

Static shots all used three Canon Speedlite flashes: 2x 430EXII and a single 580EXII. All the static full-bike shots used the three flashes, bare and on full power with the two 430EXIIs lighting the side of the bike and the 580EXII through a snoot onto the tyre like a rim light. Triggered with Cactus V4s.

RATZ Triumph Motorcycle

RATZ Triumph Motorcycle RATZ Triumph Motorcycle