Article not found !

thumbnail

Virtual processing shot

We're sorry, but the article you are looking for (outdoor_car_show_best_practice.html) could not be found on the CarPhotoTutorials site !

Please feel free to click the heading above to take a look at the latest addition to the site or click the bar below to take a look at our extensive collection of tutorials we have online.

Check out our collection of tutorials

Note : commercial use or publishing of our tutorials in any way, written or electronic, is strictly forbidden, we present these for your personal development only. None of our material may be published in any way without prior, written permission from the Car Photography Tutorials founder. All workflows and photographs are copyright protected and owned by the Car Photography Tutorials team unless stated otherwise

Advertisement

Become a MEMBER

Premium Membership

Become a CPT Premium Member and download all our tutorials including a PDF for printing and the result as a PSD file with layers if any.

Join now for only € 1.95 / Month

Interesting articles

Post processing automotive event photographs

We all know the drill, we’ve been to a car show or outdoor event and we’ve encountered some amazing cars but our shots have bad backgrounds so we'll have to revert to post processing to get it right.

read more

Photographing a major motorsport event

Motorsport like car races are always very interesting events to capture as an automotive photographer, we explain how to make the best of your experience.

read more

FAST TIP : using soft light layers

Post processing can be a tedious job that could take hours, but one simple trick will put some extra punch in your shots in a matter of seconds.

read more

Case study - deTomaso Pantera

I take a reasonably good shot and put it through some extensive post processing to create a photograph

read more

Scale car photography explained in detail

In this article I guide you into scale car photography, from the preparation over the setup including lights, aperture, shutter speed and then taking the shot ... a lot of these tips can be used on full size cars too.

read more

Keep up with CarPhotoTutorials

Why not follow us, become a fan, get our RSS feed or mail a link to a friend ?

Twitter FaceBook RSS Mail it