11.02.2019  •  Photographers NEWS

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The launch of the new HONDA PASSPORT, photographed by JEFF LUDES

Japanese carmaker HONDA introduced the completely new Passport at the Auto Show in Los Angeles, which will be launched in the US at the beginning of 2019. The mid-size SUV was photographed by GoSee member JEFF LUDES. "Thinking back to warmer days in 2018, I had the pleasure of shooting images for the first Honda Passport to be made in over 15 years. Things were complicated slightly because the vehicle was strictly secret and could not be shot in public locations. So, to capture its rugged outdoor abilities, I first took a small team to Colorado and Utah, shooting backgrounds on mountainsides, forests, deserts, and the city too. With an excellent library of images complete, everyone gathered with the vehicles in the California desert, shooting carefully to match angles and lighting, not to mention integrating talent. Once in post, all parts came together seamlessly, and the effort paid off with a great collection of images shot in amazing locations."

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 
JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

JEFF LUDES - Honda Passport

 

11.02.2019  •  Photographers NEWS

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Kia 'Spirit Animals' - an unusual social media campaign by Jeff Ludes

Transportation photographer JEFF LUDES and his team spent several days in the mountains of the Californian Sierra Nevada, where they realized an unusual social media campaign for South Korean carmaker KIA. Instead of a hamster, KIA used larger animals this time... "The amazing concept paired each vehicle with a "spirit animal" that best suited its character and abilities. Professional handlers brought in the trained animals, giving Jeff the freedom to get really close and capture some unique images. The best part was seeing the animals enjoy themselves in the snow, something they don't get much of in Southern California."

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
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JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
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JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

JEFF LUDES

 
JEFF LUDES

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