I know that the window sticker really stands out here. But, it was all about creating a black and white photo. No, I didn't shoot it that way. It's a color photo that I turned into a black and white photo.
This one is all about hiding where I'm taking the photo. I didn't want these photos to look like I wasn't on the dealership grounds. I think I succeeded.
The sky is a lie. Well, I mean, it is a real photo of a sky, it just wasn't the sky that I had to work with the morning of this shoot.
So, it was during this shoot that I realized that my job needs a photo waiver. There were some bikers at the park that would have been great in the photo. Something to work on.
I like this one better. It was actually taken directly across the street from the other one.
I don't love this photo, but it cleaned up okay.
This one required some help as the park is really old and the parking lot has been painted, a lot. Anyway, bossman said this one was near tier three photo quality. I'm not sure what that means but it seemed to be good.
Blown out a little with all the light outside the pavilion. Something to work on.
Tinted windows help hide window stickers. A little.
I'm sure there's a way to remove the window stickers. I haven't figured it out, yet. At least, no so that it still looks like a window.
I've decided to share some work product. I don't actually have an agreement with my job over work product. Some of it is an experiment for me and sometimes it stretches my skills. So, I'm going to share it without much comment. Stand by for a bunch of car photos.