Car Photography Tutorials - OVERVIEW
Canon EOS 350D - Canon EF-S17-85mm f/4.0-5.6 IS USM - 24mm 1/250 f5.6 ISO 100
An overview of all our tutorials and articles on how to improve your automotive photography skils, how to enhance your shots once you've downloaded them to your computer, behind the scenes look at how we work during a professional photo shoot ... and much more.
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Case study - deTomaso Pantera
|in Case studies - Posted on June 6, 2011 by Mark|
|I take a reasonably good shot and put it through some extensive post processing to create a photograph|
Case study - Lamborghini Murciélago LP640
|in Case studies - Posted on December 21, 2009 by Mark|
|We take a look at one of the most difficult scenes, a black car during a bright, sunny summer day in the early afternoon.|
Case study - DOF, Depth of Field
|in Case studies - Updated on November 6, 2009 by Mark|
|This shot was taken while the black Ginetta was leaving the pit lane at a famous circuit in Belgium, it looked good straight out of the camera, but a little bit of tweaking made it perfect.|
Case study - Geneva 2009 Auto Show
|in Case studies - Posted on June 19, 2009 by Mark|
|In this in depth article we take a look at the specific settings and technique you could use for a high profile car show like the one in Geneva|
Case study - Countach
|in Case studies - Posted on May 8, 2009 by Mark|
|In this specific case study we will take a look at how to remove unwanted clutter from the backdrop of a shot.|
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Virtual tuning in post processing
Sometimes the car you want to photograph just doesn't exist in real life, so you start with a regular model and virtually customize it in post processing ... and this time I show you all the steps in a video
Buying a dual screen setup might be the best idea you ever had
Instead of going for one very large and expensive monitor why not invest in two smaller ones and expand your 'monitor real estate' even further, allowing you to post process photos full screen with all the tools out of the way.
Action photography using a car rig with suction cups
Suction caps are commonly used to attach a boom onto a car so you can position a camera at a fixed point from the car and take a photograph while the car is moving to create impressive action shots.
Running PhotoShop actions with a G13 or G510 gaming keyboard
I am a big fan of automating workflows in PhotoShop to speed up post processing, after a while I had a lot of ctrl and alt key combinations so I bought a gaming keyboard, first the Logitech G510 and later on I added the Logitech G13