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tennfan1125
Hello all, so my question is simple. Ive never done any automotive shots bbefore. so I was wondering if there was any books or websites that you all use that could get me going in the right direction. You photos look amazing and Im hoping that I can get on the same level as you all....

D.M.
tennfan1125
really no response. i wonder how many on here are real photogs....
HKYStormFront
unfortunately, there aren't really books per-se for you to read about that particular subject. a lot of it comes from just practice and experience. do you have equipment now? if so, what are you using? that's the first step... what about editing software? you may not need it right off the bat but you will want it soon to progress toward your photography goals.
martin.ger
There are some books.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=car+photography+books

There are some websites
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=car+photography+tips

To start off, you could just use google:)
DonJuanMair
the number one advice is just get out there and shoot shoot shoot. And change your attitude too while youre at it. This kind of statement 'i wonder how many on here are real photogs...." is not going to get you far when looking for help
Blue Devil
QUOTE(DonJuanMair @ Nov 20 2012, 01:50 PM) *
the number one advice is just get out there and shoot shoot shoot. And change your attitude too while youre at it. This kind of statement 'i wonder how many on here are real photogs...." is not going to get you far when looking for help

QFT
rich_r33
simple answer for me would be to get out there and practice.
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