With the new issue of Super Street hitting the stands, I thought I’d toss up these unpublished shots of Bobby Taylor’s S2K. Bobby is a cool dude and shooting his car was actually pretty entertaining. You can read all about it on the online Super Street page here. Pardon the photos because I feel like they really aren’t that great. I shot these a while back and it took a while for them to finally run in Super Street. It was my last time shooting with just purely natural light and looking back at them, I’m not really that happy with it. The location is a spot I’m very familiar with so I know how the light comes in, but I guess the processing afterwards made the photos come out especially dark. I was experimenting with some different things and being that the car had some significant scarring from being beat on at the track/regular driving, I thought editing them heavily would not only disguise the imperfections, but also create a more dramatic effect. The sunlight beating down gave some interesting angles and I wish I had the opportunity to shoot this car once again as I think that I have learned a lot since then and the new photos would come out way better. In any case, here are some of the unpublished photos that weren’t used as well as some of my personal picks without the significant quality cutdown from them being on the Super Street site. This particular S2000 was pretty interesting…purely Amuse-inspired, but supercharged and not having to conform to a lot of the more current trends that we see today with the crazy tire stretching and what not. Enjoy the photos, same rules apply as before…click on the links below for better sized images. And for those of you who want to repost these elsewhere, please do not cut my watermark off of the photos. I’ve noticed that a lot of people have been reposting my shit and cutting out the marking on the photos. It ain’t right, I don’t steal your content so don’t steal mine. I’d like to be able to share pics with everyone without having other people take credit for it. Thanks…
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nice, i see this car before, from san diego right?
Yup, sure is!