Randy Wells – Automotive – Car – Photographer – Writer – Filmmaker – Nature – Travel – Lifestyle – Seattle – Santa Barbara

RANDY WELLS is an award-winning automotive photographer, writer, and filmmaker known and published worldwide & based in Seattle / Santa Barbara.

CONTACT US or SHOP NOW at Randy’s searchable and secure archive for downloads, prints and products. Thousands of images in over 60 galleries can be viewed here: WELLS IMAGERY

See his Instagram page at: @cars.randywells
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IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

“The 1960s animated cartoon series – The Jetsons – is best remembered for its depiction of a future that just never seems to get any closer (apart from video phones). And nothing about this future is more lamented than the prolonged absence of George Jetson’s flying electric car. The bad news: There are still no flying electric cars. The good news: Florida is building a place to park them.” Continue reading “”

THANKS FORZA!

Thanks also… to garage manager Fred Russell, writer Jay Gillotti, and car owner Frank Mandarano (L to R), for making this recent Ferrari Daytona shoot so much fun.

Photographing two Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Spyders together is a dream come true for any car photographer. Only 122+ were made.

Look for this feature in the December 2020 issue of Forza Magazine! Continue reading “”

FORD BRONCO + FILSON CAMPAIGN GOES WILD

Bronco and Filson – two iconic American brands with long histories in the outdoors – announced a campaign today where they are joining forces to celebrate wildland firefighters and raise funds to help maintain and preserve America’s natural resources and National Forests. I was asked to pitch in.

See my still shots from last week’s photo assignment of this vehicle for Ford and Filson below. Five million views in the first week! Continue reading “”

Drone image of North Cascades landscape, Washington by Randy Wells

LOOK UP. THE SKY IS OPEN.

Drone photography and video can be magical.

However, it is not for the faint of heart. The deeper you go into this discipline-laden aerial specialty, the more you risk being confronted with the limits of what is possible. Those limits are not very forgiving. Continue reading “”