I've known Nick for a few years now and one thing I realized about him early on is that he is a perfectionist who sets the bar for himself incredibly high.
When he rode it wasn't uncommon to see him do a trick over and over until he deemed it was perfect, even though the rest of us thought it was perfect sixteen tries previous.
These days he has focused his passion towards photography and has approached it with the same mindset.
Nathan originally submitted his work a few months ago but due to a very busy event and feature season it took a little bit longer than usual to make it up on the site.
Now that things have calmed down I am very happy to have the opportunity to present a small sampling of the work done by this quick learning, self taught, Gainsville Florida native.
For as long as I can remember I've wanted to build a proper mini truck so throughout high school I spent countless hours thumbing through the latest issues of Mini Truckin' and Sport Truck magazines.
Chances are pretty good that at some point in my search for slammed truck inspiration I was looking at photos taken by today's very talented and several times published featured photographer, Johnny O.
Once again showing love to Canadians behind the lens, today's featured photographer hails from the home of The Oilers, Edmonton Alberta.
David, who never really thought about getting into photography, started shooting photos as a way to generate original content for his automotive site Import Bible which is a combination of Alberta auto enthusiast content and unique automotive apparel.
This isn't the first time I have posted photos from today's featured photographer. Nor is it the second or third time, truth be told a formal feature of the work done by Mike McConell has been long over due.
Known as 'Mikejoe' in the Volkswagen scene, where he developed a love for low Beatles and Rabbits, Mr. McConnel's initial photographic focus was German automobiles but since then his horizons have broadened to the point where he needed to move from Ontario to Calgary to swap cityscape for landscape.
The internet is a great way to kill a lot of time and personally I spend a lot of time browsing automotive blogs and forums. If you are anything like myself you have have recently come across photos of a white Amuse kitted s2000, a red s2000 on gold works, and an Import Expo brandedAcura NSX.
If you look closely at those photos you will notice that they all share a similar water mark, and or photo credit: ‘Dougboy 2010‘.
It’s been quite awhile since I last featured a photographer here on Stance Is Everything so I am very happy to be able to showcase this photographer’s work today.
Matt Berenz hails from the Durham region and rolls with The Scraped Crusaders, which means that he never has to look far for a clean dropped ride to shoot, but Matt talents are not restricted only to automotive photography.
His natural gift allows him to shoot a number of different subjects with ease and he is also very capable videographer as well.
Lately photographers to feature have been few and far between, winter has a big part to do with this as motivation to shoot cars often goes out the window when the weather outside is consistently -15 degrees below zero and all the cars are covered in salt. Luckily while browsing the Union Auto Club blog I stumbled across a talented photographer named Santiago Gomez.
Stance Is Everything continues to bring you local GTA photography talent, this week we are proud to showcase the work of Sam H. Sam is a good friend who whips an m50 swapped 318 e30 and spends some time behind the lens when not under the hood, or behind the wheel of his car. He sent over quite a few nice shots, MX/ATV, track, cruisin and your standard parking lot fare. Check them out.