Paul’s Junkyard photo workshop: Cutting cars in half at sunset


The first Paul’s Junkyard night photography workshop was a blast. At sunset on the second night, the owner cut a car in half, and then lifted another one in the air for us to photograph. I was tempted to dub dinosaur sounds over the video. Troy Paiva and I saw some amazing work during the critique sessions, and we’re looking forward to seeing more photos online soon. I’ll be featuring some photos right here on my blog, and also keep an eye on the Flickr group.

We’re planning to do another workshop at Paul’s in the fall. The April workshop sold out in less than a day. The best way to grab a spot is to get on our email notification list. We promise not to use your car to demonstrate how the giant metal cutter works.

4 thoughts on “Paul’s Junkyard photo workshop: Cutting cars in half at sunset”

  1. That’s fracking insane. For the first part of the video, all we see on the bus on the right is “LOS” and of course I’m thinking that you guys had the Lost America bus tour…

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