Rarely has a car in GoodCarBadCar’s hands provoked so great a reaction from friends. In one particular instance, two friends didn’t just want to share their opinion on the 2012 Hyundai Veloster’s styling, they wanted to use the car as a model. Expand ze portfolio.
Don’t take this to mean that the work of GoodCarBadCar’s in-house photographer and the work you see in this special post didn’t require talent, but… the Veloster is really easy to photograph. At the very least, it’s an interesting car to shoot. There are unique angles everywhere, opportunities for unlikely pictures on every turn, and uncommon inspiration after each release of the shutter.
Nevertheless, GoodCarBadCar’s gallery of images in the review of Hyundai’s 2012 Veloster is something special. The delicious pictures seen here, shot by Lou Photography, allow the Veloster another occasion to shine. Click any image for a larger view.
Underneath Halifax, Nova Scotia’s A. Murray MacKay Bridge, friend-of-GoodCarBadCar Chloe O’Brien lit up the sky with long exposure and brightened the Veloster with judicious flashing of her blinding spotlight. Not judicious enough to keep the bridge police away, but we were fortunate to have a police officer in our midst. Those in the know will be glad to hear of Lou Photography’s origins: Nova Scotia’s coolest school, NSCAD.
Check out GoodCarBadCar’s Driven review of the 2012 Hyundai Veloster here. Head on over to Lou Photography’s site by clicking this link. Feel free to beg for more of Chloe and Nate’s automotive work, but be prepared to donate something – toques, gloves, mittens, socks, anything – as it gets awfully cold at night, under a bridge, in Canada, in November.