The Inferno Camaro, like all other Roadster Shop builds, is an absolute work of art. This 69′ Camaro is powered by an LT1 motor pushing out almost 700hp and sounds like a demon. The car as a whole is incredible looking, but it’s all the little attention to detail that really sets it apart. The interior is one of my favorite parts of this car and definitely one of my favorite that I’ve ever photographed. I did my best to capture those subtle but important pieces in this series, I hope you guys enjoy them.
The McLaren F1 needs no introduction. Not too long ago I was lucky enough to be able to spend some time with this gorgeous F1 , which happens to be Chassis #001.
Click below to see more images from the set as well as a few print hung up. Thanks to Hilmy Productions for the incredible artwork!
I teamed up with Audi recently to do a dark and gritty, natural light, late night photoshoot of the new Audi S3 downtown LA. The idea behind this shoot was to show some busy areas of the city late night when they’re empty, which also happens to be the best time to drive a car like the Audi S3.
Back in July of 2016 I landed the cover image of the DuPont Registry magazine with an image I shot for ROUSH Performance. Along with the front cover I also had images on the inside cover as well as a couple page feature towards the center of the magazine.
I put together this time lapse of my editing process for the cover image to give people a BTS look at it. Hope you enjoy! Click below to see more from this set.
Check out the video below to see a sped up version of my editing process for this cover image
Late last year I was able to spend some time photographing this incredible Ferrari 330 GTS downtown Chicago. I’m not much of a convertible guy, but something about this light metallic blue with red interior combo really makes me fall in love with it. The lines on this car are incredible.
Shoot me an email to email@example.com if you would like to get a print of this car.
Around the middle of last year I was able to do some work with KW Suspension involving two beautiful BMW’s put together by iND Distribution. We spent some time doing some strobbed images inside their facility as well as around town for a little while. The Ultraviolet color off the 991 GT3 RS looks absolutely incredible on the M4.
Early last year I had the opportunity to photograph a beautiful Porsche 356. This wasn’t just any 356 though, it was a a super colorful 1964 Porsche 356 SC that was once owned by Janis Joplin. The car was often referred to as “one of the most famous cars of the Swinging Sixities”. There’s really nothing I can say about this car or story that hasn’t already been said, so with that I’ll leave you with some images I took for the Christophours Magazine and Porsche Klassik Magazine articles about the car. One of the images made the cover of the Klassik magazine which was a real treat to see! Both magazines put together great articles about the story, I would highly suggest picking one up to read all about it.
I’ve know about this car for almost as long as I’ve been into photography, and ever since I first saw it it has been one of my favorite vehicles. This car recently received a heart transplant to get it back on the road and now features a 730hp built twin turbo motor out of a 993TT. This is just a short post to show off some new images I’m happy with, a full feature will be done soon telling the story and specs of this car.
If you’d like to order a print of this car, shoot me an email to INFO@JEREMYCLIFF.COM
One of my recent projects for Audi and the MLS recently went live on Audi’s social media last week. Audi wrapped their brand new R8 in a unique livery to show off each teams colors. The goal of this image was to show off both the teams involved in the championship game as well as the city the game was taking place in. I wanted to share a few of the extra images we created as options as well as some behind-the-scenes images captured by my friend George Bucur. Big thanks to my buddy Andrew Link for braving the cold and late night while working the lights for me.
Check out the rest of the images we created as well as a BTS look at the shoot by clicking below.