When Traffic Wardens have become Civil Enforcement Officers, and car photographers Art Directors, I hark back to a time when kids had respect for their elders, 1-penny sweets were really 1-penny, and those hard working photographers thought they had a job for life.
Thankfully for Benedict Redgrove, the latter is still the case. With beautiful composition and subjects coupled with an amazing portfolio of intimate interiors and vast, staged / still landscapes, Redgrove proves that there really is no replacement for the photographer’s eye.
I just can’t take my eyes off of those cars, and whilst some of the pics date back a couple of years, they represent a wonderful image of the past, present and future. Personally, I want the keys to all three.
via Iso50. Big up.