People like visuals. So do I.
Photos are what attracts people on social media. No time to read…look! A photo is what engages more than a bunch of words.
But, when you see photos of mine…they're good, but they're from a different aspect. I do more “matter of fact” photos, letting the default capture is best from people, vehicles, locations and so forth.
I do admire photographers that capture the art, as well as the fact of an automobile. Some of them happen to be friends and colleagues – such as Chicago-based Ian Merritt and Twin Cities-based Alex Bellus. They can do things I either do not have the skill, equipment of patience to accomplish.
A couple of friends, Twin Cities-based photographers Altamish Osman and Eric Vilendrer, asked to photograph one of the vehicles I was reviewing for my outlets. It turned out to be the 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch SuperCrew pickup. Though conditions were less than ideal – a rainy, drizzly day – Osman, Vilendrer and I went for it. What you will see below is a series of images from these two photographers from rolling shots on dirt/gravel roads and a rig shot inside of a parking ramp (er, garage).
Enjoy these images!