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This was my first real photoshoot in Las Vegas; I was wide eyed and overwhelmed, and I really wanted to go for gold. Walking around the SEMA show I stumbled across the Liberty Walk widebody Lamborghini Aventador in the Forgiato booth and instantly knew I found my victim. After a lot of conversations and hand shakes, I managed to convince Forgiato wheels and Kato from Liberty Walk to let me shoot the car.
Nothing at the SEMA show ever goes as planned, and this shoot was no exception. Liberty Walk was supposed to meet me immediately after the show ended with the car so we could visit various locations to shoot, but their widebody Ferrari 458 was involved in an accident as all of the cars were leaving the show, leaving them in a storm of a situation, and me waiting in a parking lot wondering if the shoot was even going to happen.
Finally several hours of radio silence and patience later, a wild Liberty Walk Lamborghini appeared, sticking true to their promise of a shoot. Being tired from their accident situation, they were not able to transport the car to various locations as planned. However, being incredibly trusting, Kato dropped the car off to the parking lot I was in, hopped back in his team's van, and drove off; leaving me their 1 of 1 Aventador with the keys and free creative reign.
Not willing to risk my first big shoot in Vegas with another accident, I decided to stay in the parking lot, but I didn't want an average photo for such an astounding car. This is where my full composite techniques really paid off, allowing me to insert the car blasting down the main Las Vegas Blvd street backfiring (the fire is real by the way). It took a lot of patience and editing, but this cemented my love for shooting in Las Vegas.