I always give respect where respect is due. Stephen Brooks is easily one of my favorite automotive videographers, so he deserves a post every time he comes out with a new vid. Great editing, great story line, and great shots. Keep it up! Other then that did you guys see the Lotus on BBS RS’ and air ride? It’s like a James Bond remix, but cooler. I’ve wanted to build one since I don’t know how long. Seriously cool car that isn’t going to break the bank. Well the repairs might, but I am some ideas to get around that. hehe<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/50122974″>FORGE MOTORSPORT ACTION DAY 2012 // Castle Combe Circuit</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/stephenbrooks”>Stephen Brooks FILMS</a> on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Another short but great video from Stephen Brooks of a dope event over in Europe.You have to love the amount of quality parts and completely built cars are over the pond. They have their own style and trends. Sometime I wish a lot of the quality builds you see in Europe would motivate more guys over here on the east coast. But that’s another story.
I will always and forever post Stephen Brooks films, simply because he creates some of the best work as far as car content is concerned.
I have a lot of respect for the lowrider guys out in Cali. For them, cars aren’t just a hobby, it’s a lifestyle. It’s simply what they know, what they’ve grown up to know, and what they will teach they’re kids to know. It’s more then just being internet famous. You can’t knock that. So whether your into lowrider’s or not, always show them love. You can always admire that type of passion.
I have been talking a lot about car related videos and how they all seem to be the same. Don’t get me wrong, there are some talented guys out there, but I’m getting tired of seeing videos of a camera on a glidetrack going back and fourth the entire video. I’m not saying, if you produce a video it has to be an elaborate production, I understand people simply do it for fun. BUT those that do charge, eh, please continue to step your game up and better yourself. Props to those that do. I have ALWAYS been a fan of Stephen Brooks videos because he simply knows how to put together a perfect video. It takes a ton of skill to put together something so good. And for that I give him a lot of respect. Check out his latest addition, showing how a night vid should be done!
You guys should have known by now that I would be posting Stephen Brooks’ latest video. This time it’s shot in Paris with a beautiful RS4 wagon on Rotiforms. Once again, you can’t help but love the videography.
I apologize for the lack of posts the last two days. I have been so busy with the team, projects, events, SNTRL, etc. If you guys haven’t already, check out SNTRL’s new site. To say we have a lot of new things planned for it is a understatement. Keep your eyes open for dopeness throughout the whole year.
Anyways, if you have followed my blog for the past year, you know I’m a huge Stephen Brooks fan. Every video he puts out isn’t the same boringness you see from everyone else. I won’t name, names. But this video was great for a couple reasons. Firstly his editing style, it’s something we can all learn from. Secondly the car is rocking “zero lip” wheels, which is a growing trend across the pond. Very controversial to say the least. I personally think it’s dope. It’s different. It pushes boundaries. It’s what the community needs. Props to the owner for doing something different, despite all the crap he’s getting for it. Besides the car is beautiful in itself.
FYI- the wheels are “rotiformed” BBS E50’s.
You guys should be used to this by now. Stephen Brooks makes the greatest car related cinema, period. It’s only right that I post up his hard work. This one covering the Maxxis British Drift Championship. So sit back and enjoy.