Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Photographer Spotlight: Dylan Streifel

Staring contest commences! I dare you to take your eyes off of this Lambo. 
Some people say that cars cannot be art because cars have a function. These people say that true art is form without function. And as impractical as a Lamborghini is, it still works as a means of conveyance. But photographer Dylan Streifel has become quite good at finding the art in these quasi-functional objects. The following words and photos are all his and links to his other work and website can be found at the bottom of the article. Dylan, the keys are yours!

Alfa Romeo with a hint of sun and cloud
My name is Dylan Streifel. I am a 2nd year student at SAIT Polytechnic who isn't bound by a particular style of photography. I enjoy shooting a variety of photos of different styles and techniques. I am fond of my Nikon d7000. Recently I discovered shooting upscale cars and love playing with lighting and perception. I want to show the world a point of view through my lens and how there's always something interesting to look at in your immediate surroundings. Feel free to stop by any of my websites and spread the love! 

Low profile of yet another beautiful Lamborghini
Lamborghini low profile wide angle.  Fantastic lighting again!
Black and White Classic 1956 Ford Fairlane.  I love that polished chrome.

Lamborghini Gallardo found in the wild. Fantastic lighting and a beautiful ride.
Dylan's work can be found on his blog, Facebook page and 500px account. If you enjoyed these shots, be sure to check out more of his work!

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