Here we see the dangers of recording your buddy’s hoonage.
Here's a perfect example of why everyone thinks car photographers are absolutely mental.
Your Instagram feed doesn't need to just be obnoxious selfies and pictures of food from your "friends" and "family" — just follow these ten accounts and you'll be happy.
I've been trying to hunt down some firsts for cars in various artistic media — first painting of a car, first photo, and so on. I haven't had much luck so far, but I do think I have the answer to at least one subset: I think this is the first color photograph of a car.
If you're a beginner car photographer, wondering why your pictures don't look as good as everyone else's, here are ten tips to get you on the right track.
Some time ago, I noticed that I had many, many photos of cars. Fast cars. Rare cars. Shiny cars. Racecars. Odd cars. I needed something to set my amateur-hour photography apart from the rest. I needed...a bunny. Meet Fluffy Bunny, Eater of Souls.
The Old Cars is the latest book from Baltimore based photographer and librarian Patrick Joust. Using film and vintage mechanical cameras, he shoots cars on the street that are just as old as the machines on the tripod. Mostly at night.
There's more to Instagram than just blurry pictures of food and hipsters. It's filled with strange, cool pictures of cars, too. You just have to know the right place to search.
Photographer Richard Morris—his work no stranger to Jalopnik—has created an animation to show how a modern glossy car photo is composited from many source images. Two minutes of relentless tweaking takes a second generation Bentley Continental from a generic B road to the mother of all British landscapes, in what is…
Sports photographer Mark J. Rebilas was out shooting dragsters in Bakersfield when an oncoming nostalgia top fuel car made him run for his life. As he fled, he captured the last second in the life of his remote camera rig.
If there’s one photographer whose pictures of cars approach the lofty heights of art, it’s Richard Morris.