Sure, there were plenty of other brand new modern sports cars on the Detroit Auto Show floor, some even sitting in the Porsche booth, but this Singer Porsche was far more captivating than almost all the other cars present. I framed the shot such that the red swoop from the Dodge booth forms a little halo around the Singer. As awesome as the picture looks on a computer screen, it looks even better when handling the actual slide transparency. I’m so happy that this picture turned out so well and was shot on slide film, so I can look at it to my heart’s content without the need for electrons. Picture shot on a Mamiya C220 TLR with an 80mm f/2.8 lens on Fujifilm Velvia 100.

I went to the Zoo Brew with a bunch of coworkers and brought along my TLR for the event. This is my favorite image from the evening, and fitting for the occasion. Photo shot with a Mamiya C220 TLR and an 80mm f/2.8 on Kodak Portra 400.

I got a chance to take a close-up look at the 50’s GM concept car, LeSabre. A GM employee, Jacob, served as the car’s handler and brought it out to Cars at Corktown, turning on the lights for photo opportunities and even opening the hood so we could peek inside. Jacob made this shot possible by turning on the car’s headlamps and parking lamps. Shot on a Mamiya C220 TLR with a 65mm f/3.5 on Kodak Portra 400.

I got a chance to take a close-up look at the 50’s GM concept car, LeSabre. A GM employee, Jacob, served as the car’s handler and brought it out to Cars at Corktown, turning on the lights for photo opportunities and even opening the hood so we could peek inside. This shot was made by wedging myself against the wall and trying to get as much of the rear bumper in the frame as possible. Shot on a Mamiya C220 TLR with a 65mm f/3.5 on Kodak Tri-X.