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Not Dead Yet  :::::  1965 Cadillac Ambulance

Not Dead Yet

Thanks to workshop students Tom Bennett for the idea and Susan Nolan as the hand model.  Not many people would let themselves be sealed up in a musty old junkyard ambulance in the middle of the night, but Susan aced it.  I wonder if she’s come down with Hanta virus yet? She lit each hand […]

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Rolled and Crapped On  :::::  1948 Cadillac Coupe  :::::  Paul's Junkyard  :::::  April 2012

Rolled and Crapped On

Just got back from teaching a 3-day workshop at Paul’s Junkyard.  Hoping to catch up on some sleep this week! Movie prop ’48 Cadillac Coupe.  Rolled and shot up for an upcoming gangster movie.  The car is a total loss.  AA Maglite from above, LED flashlight pressed against the back side of the tail light […]

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Mother, Jugs and Speed  :::::  1970 Cadillac Ambulance  :::::  October 2011

Mother, Jugs and Speed

1970 Cadilac ambulance at Paul’s.  Unbelievably tight space, I had to word real hard to keep the edges of the frame clean.  Lit with red-gelled strobe, outside from four different spots, and just a little LED flashlight. Mother Jugs and Speed are Bill Cosby, Raquel Welch and Harvey Keitel, nicely dated and still pretty funny.

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Happy Farmer Bob

Bob Azzaro’s 1961 Cadillac

A few days ago I talked my old pal Bob Azzaro into going shooting with me.  We took his cherry 1961 Cadillac out to Pescadero cemetery where I shot portraits with him and the car.  Bombing down highway 1 in the middle of the night in this tank was a real treat.  So big and […]

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Fresh Out Of Mollusk

Fresh Out of Mollusk

“The Mollusk” a 1956 Cadillac RV conversion at the final Pearsonville workshop.  It’s been moved around the yard several times in the last few years, so I’ve been able shoot this beast numerous ways as different angles open up.  It was saved, moved into the new fenced compound. Undoubtedly, this will be the last time […]

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