Photographing the 1955 Packard Patrician – Finished Images and Behind the Scenes
By Jon C. Haverstick on March 18, 2014 in Action, Automotive Photography, Behind the Scenes, Commercial Photography, instruction, Product Photography
Hi Friends, Packards are meant to be driven. Just ask any Packard owner. So, when we approached Don H. about photographing his lovely 1955 Packard Patrician, the goal was to emphasize that aspect of Packard ownership. Using an ultra lightweight boom with specialized automotive photography suction cups and clamps, we're able to create the impression of high-speed when in fact the car is only moving at a walking pace. Safe for the car. Safe for the driver. And safe for the photographer. (Special thanks to Booker and Bob for the assistance and the behind-the-scenes photos - I never seem to remember to take these!) While we were shooting the Packard, this gorgeous lemon-yellow 1950 Nash Rambler rag-top rolled up on the scene. Talked the owner into letting us rig it as well. I thought it was pretty cool. If you'd like to have your prized automobile photographed - either with the motion rig, or static shots in a cool location, check out our fine art automotive image gallery for inspiration, and give us a call at 714-679-4863 or contact us through this website to schedule your personalized fine art automotive photography session today! Thanks for dropping by!