Here some pics I snapped tonight with my cobra in a parking garage. Turned out better then what Ive taken before but I have so much noise. How do I reduce this some on my end?
they are a great idea, and i've run them on everything from mustangs to an old flush jetta. :]Awesome guys. Ill see what I can do to get some different pics tonight to try.
thanks! (repped, btw)
Also, I have thought about spacers. Ive heard such mixed reviews about if they are a good idea or not.
+1...Here's 2 of mine in a parking garage...Being a black car I would begin by looking for a location that fits black. Black is by far the hardest car color to shoot and it will test your patience. Find a spot where the car is lit well at the very least. Backgrounds cannot be brighter than where the car sits period. I know it sucks because you have to bypass a lot of awesome locations, but that's the downfall of shooting black cars.
If you flash black paint be prepared to have tons of undesired flash reflections in the paint. Black is a mirror under flash and you will likely toss 3/4 of your shots in the electronic trash can.