I'm a US-based portrait and advertising photographer, but I'm a big gear head at my core. For several years now, I have been travelling the country photographing real and replica iconic movie and TV cars as part of a personal series I call The Unicorn Project. The whole series has been a mind-blowing experience for me, having photographed, ridden in, and driven some of my favorite movie cars of all time.
You can see more images from the Unicorn Project photo series here: http://www.sondersphotography.com/Photography-Po...
The "Black Beauty" above is one of the actual screen-used hero cars from the 2011 film, the Green Hornet. Movie cars are a funny thing because in your head you almost expect them to perform like they did in the movie. Except in this case, for example, the car had a 5 gallon gas tank and gets around 7 MPG currently so we couldn't go very far. If you'd like to see how I put together the shot above, check out the video below and you can also read more here.
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You can see more of my photo and video work on my website. I'm based on the east coast, but travel more than 100k miles a year on assignment, so its always possible I'll pass through your town: http://www.sondersphotography.com/
Have a real or replica TV or Movie car? Know someone with cool backstory that does? I'm also working on a series about people that make and wear their own Iron Man costumes! Make sure to hit me up here. Chances are I will come photograph you for free to be a part of my personal projects!
Portrait of Robert, the car's owner. Special thanks to him for being so helpful with the project and just being an overall great guy.
Makers of my boom rig: https://www.facebook.com/AutomotiveRigP...
RIP Dean Jeffries