Today, the Space Shuttle Discovery flies over the Capitol of the great nation that birthed it on the way to its very last home — the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum annex in Northern Virginia. Here's what the shuttle's final flight looked like — both through the camera lens of professional photographer…
The typical press car loan is a week. Because of an ill-timed business trip I've barely driven the bright red 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S taunting me from the parking space in front of my place. I have one day to plan out a road trip worthy of such a car.
Someone is about to give you this pro touring '64 Chevelle SS for free. There is a catch: you never get to drive it. It gets trailered to car shows and garaged the rest of the year. Would you do it?
The sad truth is that most of us aren't able to travel to every racing event or see every new car in person. Luckily, Jalopnik readers know ten promising young photographers, whose work allows us to feel like we're there anytime a car does something beautiful or important.
This is a custom-built '67 Mustang fastback. It's got a 500 horsepower 402 ci Roush V8. That's worth leaving your job, home, friends and family for, right?
After a fun and sun-filled trip to Miami, photographer Douglas Sonders is back from the Land of Lebron. The occasion: He used Gizmodo's Intel-Inspired Ultrabook™ Shooting Challenge to shoot some of the flashiest, fastest, ultra-sleek cars he could get his lens on. And although we can only assume he's still nursing…
With Mad Max: Fury Road around the corner, it's a hip time to envision the post-apocalypse. In that vein, good friend and pro shooter Douglas Sonders captured the feel at "Wasteland Weekend." Here's a wallpaper courtesy of Sonders, with more photos and video on his site. Embrace the end of the world.
As a commercial photographer and filmmaker I'm often invited to shoot some interesting cars. But few have been as personally exciting as a street legal, working replica of one of every kid-of-a-certain-era's fantasy car: the Mach 5. And when I say working I mean it has two giant saw blades coming out of the front.