Photowalking 9, The 17th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show

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Well I had a fantastic time hanging out with Robert Scoble and the gang filming Photowalking 9 down at the Half Moon Bay Airport. We were there to shoot the 17th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show, and what a show it was.

There’s something about a car show. I’m not sure what it is, but for me cars become amazing pieces of art. And I love photographing art. Particularly when they are loved and cared for cherished and collected the way they are at car shows. I especially love shooting my 100mm macro lens and my 135 f/2. I love the way that the shine of the freshly polished car can turn into all kind of abstract presentations.

This car show wasn’t just a car show, it was a Dream Machines show and they had motorcycles, airplanes, monster trucks, all kinds of engines and even a steamroller. It really was a visual delight and my favorite photowalking to shoot yet, yes even better than the Sacramento train museum.

One things for sure, I’ll definitely be back next year for the 18th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show.

I especially love taking these photowalks with my friend Robert Scoble. I think it’s great that we can all photogeek out and talk about lenses. I hope you enjoy the episodes as well and whenever we have them anyone is welcome to come on out and join us. To catch past episodes of photowalking you can click through here.

And to see my set of images from yesterday’s shoot you can click through to my set on Zooomr here.

5 Replies to “Photowalking 9, The 17th Annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show”

  1. Just out of curiosity… Did you see any of the Pixar guys there? They’re car nuts from what I gather…

    Gerald, didn’t run into any.

    Thanks for the link Benjamin!

  2. Looks like another great Photowalk! I love the series too – it’s great fun to watch and to learn from others. It’s interesting to see the different techniques and the results people get from various cameras. Above all, the series is inspiring. It makes you want to get out there and embrace photography further. An inspired series – keep up the great work Robert and Thomas! Thanks for sharing these with us.

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