Part one is here: '83 Camaro Z28 Pro Street 502 Part #1
Post #5 shows some of the post processing.
After that fiasco at the 500' ceiling air show, it's nice to have a shoot that I have some control over! This was the same location I used for this thread:
MOVE YOUR FEET!
And farther down in this thread, I show the post processing used for the AMX images.
Some shots of Jim's '68 AMX
1. Tuesday the weather looked perfect, so I called Jim & we set up a time for the shoot. I'd already picked the location for the shots in #3 & 4 & we met at a nearby car show at 7PM.
This is a bit busier than I usually like, but I liked the "S" curve the curbs made & thought they added interest to the image.
4. We took some rolling shots to use as a background. It was important to first decide what side to take them from, and what side the beauty shot would be from so he could hang the Camaro image next to the one of the AMX. ( I already know what we're going to do if/when he decides to shoot his 3rd car! PPPPPP!! LOL!)
5 .I asked Jim to drive around me in a circle at a constant speed so I could use different shutter speeds to see what was best for the effect I wanted.
6.One of these are what I had in mind for the final shot.
8. While I liked the shots with the profile rolling shots in the background, I also like the simplicity of the shot that Jim picked, which makes the "Beast" look good without a lot of distracting elements in the frame.