While I have never owned a Porsche (I did recently move to the P car capital of the U.S. in Atlanta so that might have to change), I have a huge appreciation for their owner base. They are by far the most die-hard group of enthusiasts I have ever come across. Elizabeth and Andrew from the skyward bound ITSWHITENOISE movement (They had me at all caps everything) were no different. After squaring away a shoot at a Shift S3ctor event where they came, they saw and they figuratively popped our E-cherry with the ITSWHITENOISE 918 Spyder, I knew it was time to put some ideas to work. After a sunset romp in the traffic riddled Hollywood Hills, out came the new lighting toys for some visual experimentation. HYPRCRED to my wife (Uprisingimagery.com) for setting up lighting and her flawless stunt driving. By flawless I mean she didn't kill me.
While tagging along doing some photo work at Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack 8 in Coalinga, CA I had a chance to peel away a couple friends from hitting 200 mph in the half mile in their 1300hp SP Engineering R35 GT-Rs to shoot their new GT-R Nismos on one of the unused, uninhabited runways. Both colors are rare versions of the already scarce Nismo. The Solid Red was one of only three 2015s produced in the U.S. The Super Silver was one of a mere seven. Both were equipped with the optional and incredibly beautiful Titanium exhaust specific to the Nismo. One of seven wasn't rare enough for the owner of the Super Silver. He now happens to be the owner of the ONLY N-Attack Nismo in the U.S. and it is in the proper Nismo specific Matte Grey. Work was completed by Stillen, the only authorized N-Attack dealer in the U.S. Hopefully there will be a King of the Monsters Part II post in the future... Now onto the images.