See what are the best ways to take photos of your car with the help of a professional photographer. Location, lighting and legality of the picture is just the sart of these helpfull tips from Eibach's Schwag.Shooting Straight: Photo Tips From A Pro Location, Location, Location
Location has long been an important part of automotive photography. Regardless of what type of car you're shooting, the background can make or break the shot. Of course, every photographer would love to have the perfect background available for each shoot but, realistically, complications involving locations are not uncommon. Photogs must often travel to different cities or states on assignment, to areas they're not familiar with yet try their best to make something happen. In cases like these, it's best to arrive early and scout out potential spots. Everyone has their preferences, although I prefer the rougher parts of town where broken-down and rusted-out structures are common; such aged and weathered backgrounds contrast well against a nice, clean, in-focus subject. Underground parking structures and loading docks have been overdone, however, they're often the only option in a town that doesn't have much to offer in terms of scenery. But, as I've been known to say on occasion, a real photographer should be able to adapt and create something eye-catching despite the circumstances. With that said, there are a few things to keep in mind when location hunting:
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