How to take better car photos: 5 essential tips & tricks
Never more than now will you be familiar with your own home because of a certain L-O-C-K-D-O-W-N caused by a certain virus not named after Toretto's preferred beer. So why not learn a skill like how to take better car photos?
That's the topic of discussion in my latest video on A Tribe Called Cars, including insight into the best time of day to take photos, how to deal with direct sunlight, editing in black and white, achieving a more professional look and more.
Now a lot of these tips will apply to all types of photography and you get to see cute Emperor Tamarin monkeys eating vegetables (fruit was banned because it makes them fat). So it's a win win situation.
While we are all stuck indoors, I plan to release a whole lot more of these photography guides. So if you have any specific questions, now would be a good time to ask.
I also plan to do a video where I edit YOUR photos (yes, I mean you) and show you the process and end result. So if you have any car photos you're particularly proud of, chuck them over to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyway, you should be knee-deep in my video, in between washing your hands and keeping a two-metre distance away from your cat and anyone who complains about a sore throat and fever. Not the disco variety though.
Subscribe to my YouTube channel if you like, there are DiRT Rally 2.0, TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2, Overpass, photography guides and various car reviews on the way. Probably not a bad thing to do while the world's in lockdown.