Following on from my last newsletter about the setting up of The Elite London Show a luxury lifestyle experience, set in the opulent surroundings of the Rizon Jet facility at Biggin Hill Airport.
The Elite London Show days on Friday and Saturday didn’t fail to wow the audience with a prestigious array of ‘boys toys’ guaranteed to satisfy the most discerning customer. I had the pleasure of interacting with the exhibitors and customers alike, to photograph the emotion of the second Elite London Show. What stood out the most for me was the passion the exhibitors had for their products and craft.
Here are a few of the photographs I took at the Elite London show days with a brief description underneath.
The photographs above show some of the exhibitors showcasing helicopters, supercars and inspirational sculptures. All the images were taken using Nikon equipment with a 70-200mm f2.8 lens.
The photograph of the hangar above was taken using Nikon equipment with a 24-120mm lens.
The HDR process which I wrote about on my previous newsletter will tell you how it is produced.
The photographs above capture different moments at the show in particular the Spitfire flypast, bottom right.
The WWII plane captivated the audience with agile acrobatics, a fast shutter speed was a must for this shot.
Say thank you to your dad this Father’s Day and spoil him with a memorable day out. In partnership with John Surtees
and the Henry Surtees Foundation, Hever Castle presents a collection of F1 cars, classic cars and motor bikes from the John Surtees collection. I have been invited to showcase my classic and supercar photography at this prestigious event with framed Limited Edition photographs for sale.
using a Leica medium format camera. What I particularly love about photographing with a Leica is the quality of the lens, capturing crystal clear clarity.
Thanks for reading I’ll be back in two weeks time with more news.
Bye for now.