I received a media pass to the Festivals of Speed Luxury Lifestyle Jet Port Reception 2013 to go in and make all the photographs of supercars I wanted. This was my second time shooting at the Tampa International Jet Center, which is an outstanding location for Tampa car photography, although since it is an event for people, most cars were rather surrounded and close to each other. Therefore, I looked for the best partial angles most of the time in composing my car shots. One benefit of the formal event going on was that there were numerous colorful lights flashing across the space creating vivid backgrounds. It seems everyone is getting a McLaren MP4-12C Spider nowadays as the white one above was the second one I saw in as many weeks.
An Aston Martin DBS is normally an understated supercar that looks both fierce and classy at the same time. I would not want to try to describe how this kaleidoscope painted DBS looks, so that's why there is a photo of it for you to form your own thoughts.
The supercars at this event were parked along a variety of luxury lifestyle items, even private jets. The photo above suggests one could step out of their private jet (huge environmental impact) into their Fisker Karma electric vehicle and perhaps offset using so much jet fuel to transport so few people.
A line of classic motorcycles fanned out onto the tarmac at the Tampa International Jet Center. That is not the sunset in the background, just a large flood light, but I chose to overexpose the shot to look like it was.
I spent an hour looking for shots at this event, trying to find suitable backgrounds and to use the existing flood and strobe lights to compliment the mostly HDR techniques I was using to make images that evening.