In the post “Angles” I show two examples on how to position a car and yourself to shoot sellable images, but that’s not the entire secret. When shooting the images it is key with location, light and angles, but then comes the computer editing where you among other things adjust shadows, highlights and contrast to name a few. Below is a front end shot without any other adjustments than cropping and resizing and a rear end shot where highlights and contrast has been adjusted. With the right touches even an old Peugeot can become attractive.


I have a lot to teach my student and she’s eager to learn. One of the many things she’s submitted to is how to shoot sellable images of cars. There’s a lot to keep in mind shooting cars like angles, setting and light to name a few. Here’s the front and the rear of a Mitsubishi Evo 5. More vehicles will come, vehicles of all sorts.