We are back at it again with the Fourth Installment of Web Picks! This go-round, I noticed there is an increase in newer event and shoot photography starting to pop up which can only mean that things are slowly starting to pick back up in the scene. We are currently looking for new bloggers and photographers for the site; if you are interested, get in contact with anyone on the current team and lets work together. Hope to see everyone as show season starts to pick up!
Ultimate Dubs is one of the select few shows we choose to cover each year simply because of the level of pure quality delivered out of Europe and the U.K. UD was held at the Telford International Centre (Nr Birmingham) again this year, which is a perfect location for a typical British day in March. Not this time, though, as the temperature dropped as low as 18 degrees for this year’s season opener. Social media was going a bit crazy with the days leading up to the event, especially since everything is kept top secret up to the last minute to squeeze out any final touches.
A few of the cars you will set your eyes on below where planned months in advance only to be finished with hours to spare. This all makes it very exciting and fresh, and makes my job as a photographer a tad bit harder when the car is crowded with people all day. Patients sure does pay off.
I hope you enjoy the coverage, and expect to see more from the UK this summer!
Don’t rule Kansas out when it comes to cars. Bradley Toon’s one of a kind Celica is just one of many cars putting the Midwest out there at the moment. Enjoy this video by Brandon Kahl.
Ultimate Dubs: one of the biggest VAG shows in the UK. Crazy clean builds all across Europe come to put themselves under the spot light. Luckily the team at Definitive were there to catch it all as it happened. As we are just putting the final touches to our photo coverage sit back and enjoy our official Ultimate Dubs 2014 video.
Eurorkacy Montréal is Canada’s largest and finest European automotive event. Attracting spectators from all over North America and Europe, Eurokracy is the only event worth getting your passport stamped for. This year Eurokracy will be held on June 28, 2014 at Napierville Dragway in Canada. Enjoy the Official Trailer by our good friends over at AirSociety. We cannot wait for this one!
With the weather getting up to the mid 60s today I can only hope to designate last week’s snowfall as our last. But with the heightened weather temperatures it’s safe to say show season is right around the corner. We’re officially making Spring Fest 5 in Virginia Beach our first show of the season, and I personally can’t for things to pick back up as it gets closer. But for now I am back again with version three of Web Picks. I hope everyone can appreciate the variety. Enjoy!
Another Winter 2014 week is in the books and I am back at it again with another version of Web Picks (#2). My primary goal with these segments is to give you guys a good variety in photo style and cars. Just like last week here are my favorite photos from around Flickr and the Internet.
I personally invite any of these talented photographers below to reach out to me and lets work together on some features! Keep up the good work everyone and as always just a friendly reminder to add your work to the Canibeat Flickr Pool. I am toying around with the idea of maybe opening this segment up to guests. If this interests you feel free to reach out as well.
From time to time I like to check out The Canibeat Flickr Group to see what photographers are up to and producing. Here are a few of my current favorite picks in a segment I like to call Around The Web… enjoy!
Jan 23, 2014
Photography By: Winston Jaury
Words By: Morgan Wilson
When it comes to cars it always hits home when someone gives it their all in a build. Whether they live next door, across the coast, or in this case across the globe in Indonesia, every person that allocates their time in order to put together a show-stopping whip deserves a round of applause. Many of us have been in our garages with busted knuckles and greasy wrenches, but not blowing the doors off of the scene we were attempting to when it came to our vehicles.
Jan 15, 2014
Photography By: Erik Marroquin
Words By: Danny Rice
Leonardo Da Vinci. Albert Einstein. Benjamin Franklin. What do these men have in common? They were all pioneers in their own respective fields (and sometimes outside of their comfort zone). The world was fascinated by their discoveries, inventions, and theories, all of which were basically new concepts at their respective times. It generated excitement and inspired people after them to build on what they had done push the limits even farther.