Kamper Shoots Indy Race Car Driver Jack Harvey for Venice

When people think of race cars and their drivers, it’s unlikely that their thoughts immediately go to a sunny beach in Florida, yet this is exactly where George Kamper’s latest shoot for Venice Fort Lauderdale’s Magazine with Indy race car driver Jack Harvey took place — and for good reason! In fact, the setting perfectly reflected the fashionable and laid-back driver, who quickly became comfortable in working with George’s team of highly skilled professionals. Naturally, a motor vehicle still made an appearance, albeit not the model Jack uses for his racing.

“I love shooting on the water”, said George when describing the experience on his blog. “We know what needs to be available for us to get the shots; crew, lighting, grip, security, etc… Often times, we’re adjusting to accommodate the wind, glare off the water, weather… It’s a lot of fun as long as you have the right crew and have planned out all the possible issues that could impact the shoot.”

The full Venice article can be found among the links below, along with a deep-dive into what went into the successful beach shoot (BTS photos by George’s wife, Sherryl Kamper).

Article: https://venicemagftl.com/changing-lanes/

Blog: https://www.georgekamper.com/jackharvey?fbclid=IwAR2JognDlPjAqBAcgGcQnLx3RPj97Qjj8htxvZsqmf71Y1vOxth1j65j_Wg

George Kamper’s Altpick page: https://altpick.com/georgekamper

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