I found this 1963 Corvette at a local car show at a nearby winery a few years ago. Ledgewood Creek Winery puts on an annual car show and I decided I was going to shoot this show in black and white as it seemed fitting to shoot these old cars that way.
I have always been a big lover of the Chevrolet Corvette and the 1963 model was for it's time very revolutionary. The hide away headlights were introduced to the Corvette in 1963 and the body styling with the sloped hoodline and the sharp edges had not been seen on a production car like this ever.
Chevrolet also introduced an independant rear suspension for this car. This was the first time this had been used in a Chevrolet also.
The biggest design feature for the 1963 Corvette of course...
Thank you for taking your time to visit my galleries. I'm a photographer that makes his home in Northern California. I love getting out shooting the outstanding scenery that this area has to offer. I may be in Yosemite one weekend and the Napa wine country the next. I try not to set limits on where, when or what I shoot.
I've been shooting photography now for roughly six years and am learning something new everytime I go out. If you see anything you like please leave a comment, I'll try my best to acknowledge it. If you have any suggestions please feel free to share them.
Eventually I plan on branching out to children and pets.
Please come back often as I am continously adding new work.
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