One of the by-products of our collector car website is a huge portfolio of photos taken over the past seven years.
In fact we have taken over 100,000 shots in all kinds of weather conditions, during every season, and time of day or night through that period of time.
We have tackled unfriendly terrain, unfriendly dogs and even less friendly blizzards in the pursuit of the perfect shot.
The perfect moments can be measured in milliseconds; a blip in time when the light and angles are absolutely right.
The shots range from restored vehicles to nearly departed vehicles rusting in peace at a lonely outpost in the bush.
Finding that perfect shot is not an easy process and it requires more luck than talent.
What happens when you take over 100,000 photos? Every now and then you win a lottery and take the perfect shot, the highly elusive moment that moves it from a simple car photo into that one-of-a-kind moment of photo art.
We have completed our first collection of limited edition prints and will offer them for public sale just in time for Christmas.
A few have already been donated for silent auctions to local charities and brought in bids well beyond our retail price for them.
One of the interesting reactions to our collection has come from women who are not car enthusiasts by any sense of the definition.
They tend to view the prints as art with an unusual twist because they have cars as the subject matter.
We have asked them whether the prints would hang in their garages or their houses and the answer was house every time we posed the question to women.
The prints are an unusual by-product of the photo needs for our collector vehicle enthusiast website but they are indeed very powerful visual images and well worth the investment.
Our first edition of limited number (100/ individual print) can be purchased for $150.00 (print only), $250.00 (framed print) or $350.00 (canvas mounted print).
Please feel free to have a look at our first edition prints and contact us if you want to own a piece of automotive art.
***Please note-these images are reference editions of the actual prints.