This week automotive commercail car photographer Tim Wallace spent some time, alone in the dark so to speak, with the Ferrari 575m Maranello on a shoot for one of our UK car clients. The 575m is no slouch and born from the Ferrari stables it offers 200mph + performance with the Scuderia shields sunk into special matching wings, Daytona-style leather and the Fiorano handling pack. When launched, the 575 felt soft compared to the 550M, and the Fiorano pack was Ferrari’s answer, adding stiffer springs, and recalibrated dampers and steering maps. Compared to the yowling V8s, Ferrari’s big V12s sound soulful if slightly muted, but there’s no question marks over the performance. Sixty-two is in the rear window in 4.2sec and the top speed is 202mph for this stylish if not reserved super car with the 575M Ferrari’s F1 format paddle-shift.
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Photographer Tim Wallace has been working with Kelby for the last 3 years and also has produced many video tutorial workshops on lighting, shooting, and post edit work as well as several video interviews both on his attitude and approach to the World of professional commercial business asa photographer today and also an inspired interview looking at his own personal thoughts on life, his work and what lead him on the path into the photography that he creates today. These have proven to be very popular with both professional and amateur photographers around the World and Tim is now one of Kelby Trainings featured instructors along with such house hold names as Joe McNally and Jay Maisel.
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