Greetings, fellow GT5 photo enthusiasts - and welcome to my gallery of fine automotive art! Before the first images are posted, I should take a moment to introduce myself. As a real-life professional photographer (primarily architectural and product photography), I was thrilled to get my hands on the tools provided to us in GT5. While I find some things extremely limiting (e.g., nothing slower than 1/60 in action replays, the truly ugly nature of the standard models, the inflexibilty of camera and car locations at various travel spots), I'm glad to have the opportunity to shoot cars I'll never get a chance to shoot in real life... not to mention the ability to freeze time and put my camera a few feet in front of a car going over 200 mph! My philosophy of photography is simple: my first belief is to use every tool at your disposal - cars, lights, cameras... and software. In his day, Ansel Adams did things in a chemical darkroom that most people didn't have the ability to do, but no one dismissed his work the way people often dismiss modern images as having been "Photoshopped". Photoshop itself is like a camera; it is merely a tool in our arsenal. We are not documentarians, bound by the rules of photographic authenticity - we are artists. If the image I see in my mind can only be created through by using other tools, then use them I shall. If you are troubled by this philosophy and prefer to view "real" images, you might not want to subscribe to my gallery. (I'll avoid commenting on the irony of wanting to see only "real" pictures of "fake" cars.) The second element of my approach is that of quality over quantity. You will not find me posting 20 images at a time - let alone 20 images of the same car in the same race. This approach is not only philosophical, it's practical: the amount of work that goes into many of my images means I simply don't have time to generate a large number of photographs. Finally, I believe in both learning and teaching. By providing some of the behind-the-scenes approaches and techniques that I use in creating my images, I hope to teach my viewers. Just as importantly, by asking for comments and critiques, I hope to learn from my viewers. Thanks for coming by; stick around for a bit, and feel free to comment and ask questions.