Pro Photo Daily - Around the Net | What We're Reading: The Man Who Invented Spy Car Photography
By: David Schonauer
Publish Date: Jan. 10, 2018, 8:19 a.m.
Source: Car and Driver
In 1964, Jim Dunne pretty much invented spy car photography. At the time, notes Car and Driver, Dunne was the Detroit editor of Popular Science magazine, augmenting his reports with photography of new cars as they rolled out at official press previews. But Dunne’s shots of the second-generation Chevy Corvair were different: He shot them from a covert vantage point overlooking the secretive General Motors proving grounds in Milford, Michigan, thereby changing automotive journalism.