Tag Archives: Car Sales

Car of the Week. W/c 16th Nov 20

Car of the Week.

So many nice cars to photograph last week that that it was hard to choose one for ‘Car of the Week.’ But for sheer class it had to be this beautiful Porsche 911 Speedster.

Photographed for a client using the Fujifilm X-T3.

Other contenders for the coveted award were:

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White on White

White Car on White Background?

Like a black cat cowering in a coal bunker, photographing a white car on a white background presents certain difficulties. But then that’s why, when prestige car dealers need photography for their website, they use specialists like me!

This beautiful new BMW 116d sports the new design of the latest One Series, and cuts a dashing figure against its white background…

Fujifilm X-T3 with Circular Polariser F=50mm, f/5.6, at 1/30th Second on ISO3200

The key of course, is to slightly underexpose the white car, and overexpose the background by at least two stops. So, ideally the camera should be on a tripod, and the shot bracketed, and later combined in Photoshop. Best practice too is to use a light meter to get the correct exposure on the car.

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Professional Photography SELLS CARS

If you run a business, then you know the importance of web advertising.  Your website can be a powerful sales tool – but the images need to reflect your brand identity.  Make sure that you don’t undersell your product or project a substandard image by using photographs that are less than professional.

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There can be a temptation to ‘save money’ by leaving your product photography to one of your staff members with a phone.  I bring many years of experience to your website photography.

Want to learn how to do vehicle photography for yourself?  If you’re a dealer with a decent camera, and an ambition to upgrade your car imagery, I can help.  I can teach you the basics, to get the best from your camera and your stock, and write you a personalised brief for future reference.

Use the contact page to get in touch and I’ll tell you more.