transportation, mode of transport, land vehicle, car, old-fashioned, retro styled, metal, night, old, stationary, no people, headlight, outdoors, close-up, part of, technology, high angle view, street, abandoned

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Being a Kid Again Automobiles are as close as I get to Portraiture in general. I find parked cars to be great artistic subjects and although they have their own challenges to deal with when shooting, movement is not one of them. I stumbled upon this 1962 Ford Thunderbird in the Pioneer Center area. It was parked just off the street behind an open bay door, which allowed for some quick front end shots. I loved the hint of the interior fluorescent lights reflecting off the chrome and the natural light hitting the grille. It’s a simple shot, but I loved how it turned out. These front end shots morphed into auto mugshots, which involves low angled front-end vehicle shots. It’s always fun to shoot autos because you never know when something interesting will pop up, what the setting and surrounding will be, and how much time you may have to try and capture it before someone drives off in it. I’ve rarely had issues, but there have been a few times when owners returning to their car to find me crouching all around it have yelled at me, but it’s always funny how their anger and suspicion quickly turn to pride and an exuberance to show me every last detail of what they’ve done to their vintage autos after they realize what I’m doing. Edit: Camera + clarity and the IG x-pro ll filter. - @SuperSangron, Scott Brown I’ve been admiring Scott’s work for quite some time, and was thrilled when I noticed early on that he was a fellow Seattleite. Although I’m shy, I was willing to get over it so that I could watch him work. There’s something he does with light and muted colors that always fills my heart right up. I don’t know what it is he’s doing, but it speaks to me–and a lot of other people. I’m glad to see other people getting joy out of his images and I hope that by sharing this interview, We Are Juxt can help spread the word even further. Imagine me standing on a mountaintop: Hey, World, check out Scott! …- @eelnej, Jen L.P. Check the full article now by clicking the link in our profile.
Brilliant portraiture.
@SuperSangron congrats Scott! and hi!
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