Not exactly something that I am particularly interested in or do very often…well…never really. That is take photos of a wedding dress or a bride in a wedding dress. This was carried out as a favour because she is a friend, but also because if she got a certain amount of media exposure she would get the dress at a significantly reduced price apparently. The company who did the deal with her are quite well known in the wedding world and offer many dresses such as wedding dresses, ball gowns, prom dresses and so on. So without further to do, here are some of the snaps:
I was recently with a friend up in Scotland who owns a wedding car hire Fife business and thought why not take a few snaps of the cars he has to offer. They are of the highest standard, exceptionally well maintained and meticulously valeted on a frequent basis. Usually, all photographers will have to do the odd touch up and editing of photos to make them look perfect, especially with cars paintwork. But in the case of Car Seekers, this genuinely was not the case. The cars are outstanding and he definitely delivers for all the couples on their special day.
We do love making our wish list car specification and one of those choice on a specification list of a supercar is that of ceramic brakes. Like all specifications of cars, most a personal choices, especially when it comes to the car’s aesthetics. How about performance though? Just imagine for an instance that money was no object, most of us would buy the car they want with the top spec of every option possible. Yes?
With money not being a concern, it is probable that the option for carbon ceramic brakes would be ticked. Why? Simply because they are a more superior brake. They are lighter which improves the overall weight of the supercar. Carbon ceramic brake almost completely resit fade and the often look much better too. The brakes also fill a while and they are pure engineering bliss. These days every Ferrari comes out the factory with carbon ceramic brakes. Credit to Nicole Engelmann for the photos and her work as a London event photographer.