I've had this location in mind for a photoshoot for a few years now.
It has everything.
Obstructions to shoot through,
But I never knew what to take there. I try really hard to not just repeat the same shoots over and over, so if I was going to do it, it had to be the right subject. There'd been a time or two where something had been in the works, but had fallen through at the last minute. Such is the way of the freelancer. But then came the email I'd been unknowingly waiting for.
ADV.1, proprietor of custom wheels that don't even come with price tags, just "ask for a quote", reached out to me. By the way, that's how you know when something is going to be pricey, when they don't even list prices. What's the saying? "If you have to ask, you can't afford it"?
Well, so they hit me up, and gave me a huge degree of creative freedom. Which is always amazing.
We had planned to shoot the day before we actually carried this out, but a freak Spring thunderstorm cancelled that. Gotta love the Midwest. So instead of lovely overcast skies providing nice, even light, we wound up with harsh, clear skies. Not my favorite.
Enough rambling, here's the photos.
All shot on a Canon 6D with a Canon 70-200mm f/4L and a Canon 24-70mm f/4L.