Feed your need for speed with our Spotlight Magazines on Cars and Landscape Photography and Motion. It features the best car and transportation photographers working in the advertising industry worldwide. From brand new cars to vintage ones, from mind-blowing, luxury to futuristic cars, fast and motorsport cars, Production Paradise offers a wide spectrum of creativity that we couldn´t not show off. Most of the professional photographers featured in our magazines have been collaborating with prestigious car manufacturers worldwide, including Chevrolet, Ford, Toyota, Porsche, Ferrari, Volkswagen, etc, and are among the best in their area. We publish the best examples of the industry and a lot of photography that you can see in our Spotlight Magazines on Cars and Landscape Photography is award-winning.
Over the years we have built a strong reputation publishing the most qualitative content in our Spotlight Magazines. Production Paradise released its first Spotlight on Cars Photography back in 2007 and now publishes two editions a year. Art buyers, creative directors and other professionals from the visual media industry use the Cars and Landscape Photography issues as a source of inspiration, bookmarking each new release to find the best international photographers for their upcoming campaigns.
We asked renowned automotive photographer Sean Klingelhoefer what he likes the most about his job: “This is really difficult to answer because I like pretty much everything about my job, but I’d say it’s the uniqueness of every day that excites me the most. I tire of things very quickly and suffer from wanderlust often, so having a career that feeds my creative human needs is extremely rewarding. Every shoot is different, every car is different, every sunset is different and I find that wonderfully refreshing.”
Ken Brown about capturing specific design elements of the cars: “I enjoy looking at a car for quite some time before I shoot it to get a sense of what the designers were trying to accentuate. It’s fun to then try and capture the one or few things that make the car special. I always try to light/frame a car to show its unique features; be it the doors of a Gullwing Mercedes or the bubbly landscape of a Ferrari hood. Automotive mascots are also fun to shoot because with some rare, vintage cars, the mascots are almost as famous as the cars themselves.’’
Skylar Nielsen, who shoots different types vehicles and transportation means – from cars and motorcycles to helicopters and planes, promotes his photography portfolio in our magazines: “Production Paradise has given me much more international exposure to the exact people I want to be in front of Creatives in the Automotive industry and help expose me to potential new industry makers. The digital curation of their website and consistent quality content, keep everyone on the Production Paradise site relevant and visible. Even when I miss my deadline to be featured, I still find inspiration on Production Paradise”.