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Owner Ian has had classic Mini's all his life and still has one in the family, so his venture in to new territory gave him a blank canvas to tweak his R53 Cooper S in to a monstrous hot hatch with power upgrades, brakes, suspension, and OE fit limited slip differential and upgrading the interior with some John Cooper Works carbon upgrades.

Ian's car was looking immaculate and the sparkle of the paintwork again the red wheels gave a really nice contrast, the sun and additional Profoto lights made the car shine even more.

After some static shots of the interior and exterior we set off to find a bit of open road, not too much of a problem in the heart of the New Forest. Using some panning techniques Ian done a few runs and although the speed was limited using a relatively slow shutter speed gave the emphasis of speed for the photos.

You can read the full article in this months Performance Mini magazine, it's a great article written by Dan Bevis who has covered a lot of editorial work to accompany my car photography shoots.