Automotive Photographers HELP!


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J-tune

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Hi guys,

can I ask how does one achieve the various shots below









attach a suction cup tripod or simply just position youself in another vehicle ?

Would really appreciate your help!
 

jdredd

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whos to say they havent PSd on a picture of rims in motion to a stationary car?
 

ST1100

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The first three pics are definitely manipulated. From the front wheels, we can tell the car is cornering. It is impossible to get a dead-sharp moving AND cornering vehicle on a long exposure, because the perspective of the car is changing wrt to the camera over the time the shutter is open for the background to blur.

The easiest way to do those shots would be to shoot the cars at high-enough shutter speeds and stick them on moving background pictures.
 

astroboy

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The car looks stationary. Very good PS job, i would say.
 

J-tune

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thanks for the comments guys! Perhaps its time to brush up on PS skills :)
 

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