Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by ikjosh, Jan 13, 2009.
Was a nice day out, so decided to go snap a few shots.. C&C more than welcome!
Hmm, there are shadows being cast onto the car.
And its a very busy enviroment for a car picture it seems.
But, hard for me to not like the pictures because the viper is one of my most favorite cars. Pure brute power.
i loved the first photo
the second is good too
the third has a bad background, the house and the signs and other things
Get closer. Fill the frame with your subject. In shots 1 & 3 you're too far from the car.
They're great shots! How do you get access to all these gorgeous cars?
I don't like 1 because what does the dirt road have to do with the Viper? I think cars should be shot on tarmac because that's their realm. Just liike I don't like to see them on grass....what are they? Cows?
#2 is alright.
As already mentioned...#3 has a busy background and the shadows on the car ruin it. However it is the one I like best.
I do love your (?) car though!
Thanks for the comments and suggestions everyone!
stsinner - I am the personal photog for several wealthy individuals - and I rent studio space from a friend who stores his 20+ exotics (which I use in my glamour shoots, if you look at my website)
Black C5 - I like to take the cars to various locations, including places people would least expect to see such a vehicle. I agree with the grass comment, I don't really understand that, but the dirt location in my pictures is just off to the side of the road, I liked the back drop.
The shadows definitely didn't come out as well on the Viper as they did on the Audi..
Wow.. You've got it going on... So these guys just let you use their six-figure cars whenever someone buys one of your boudoir packages? For a fee, I'd imagine? You must have quite a personality or one helluva sales pitch!
Edit: Ahhh.. I watched your TV spot and get it now.. So you rent the cars? Do they allow you to drive them to the shoot, or does an agent drop them off? And twenty-three years old? Good lord, man, you've got some head on your shoulders.
The cars I use for those packages stay inside the studio, so whenever I have a shoot scheduled, they're available - Yes, he does get a percentage of revenue. He's a friend and business mentor, so I am a bit lucky I suppose
I do the shoots in studio (showroom, where the cars are kept) so there isn't any driving necessary. It would be quite a bit more than $600 or $700 for a shoot if it was at another location, when you consider a daily rental of a Lambo is about $1500-$1800
But yes, I do get to drive them when I want to do shoots with them at various locations (non boudoir sessions), or have a hot date hehe
Thanks! Funnier when you consider I started this at age 21, and have been self-employed/business owner/entrepreneur since high school :mrgreen:
So did that TV spot get the calls flooding in?
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