I’m a terrible photographer (see photo below). I blindly hold up my phone (do people still use actual cameras?) and hope it catches something recognizable to the average Joe. Then, I slap on a filter, change the lighting, and the outcome resembles something decent (to me).
While I may not have the eye and talent to capture award-winning images, I can appreciate the difference between a good and bad picture. When you spend as much time on the Internet as I do (creating Social Media content), you begin to see the vast difference between good and bad automotive photos. Trust me, the bad ones ARE out there. That’s why, I was intrigued when I came across THIS article, promising to teach the reader how to take “awesome” car pictures at night. For those who don’t know: taking photos without natural sunlight is exponentially more difficult.
Car enthusiasts and shutterbugs, take note.
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