Kelby Training - The Art of Close-up Automotive Photography by Tim Wallace (2012)
English | Duration: 42m | H264 | 1280x720 | 30fps 3519kbps | AAC 128kbps 44.1kHz 2 ch | 1.03GB
Get up close and personal with Tim Wallace and a Cadillac CTS to learn the art of close-up automotive photography. Tim will teach you how to work with one light, one lens, and one camera to capture the most quintessential car detail shots you抳e seen in car advertisements around the world. It抯 all about detail, and Tim抯 meticulous approach is packed with practical tips for keeping things simple, working fast, and nailing the shots you need to get the job done.
Introduction (03:44) Join Tim at the Trolley Barn in Tampa, Florida with a 2011 Cadillac CTS where he sets up the lessons to follow and shows you how to identify the signature detail areas you want to look for before you shoot.
Shooting the Grill (06:50) The emblem on the grill is one of the most recognizable details on any car. It is a critical shot to get right, and Tim shows you how.
Rear Brake Light (06:19) Translucent and highly reflective surfaces present unique challenges to overcome. Your camera angle makes all the difference.
Looking at the Bigger Picture (11:07) While Tim sets up the light for shooting one of the wheels, he takes time to discuss some of the larger issues related to photographing cars.
Rim Shot (05:35) The devil is in the detail, and the time you invest before shooting pays dividends in your workflow down the road.
Under the Hood (05:41) The engine is the heart of the car and it is an important shot to get. It may not look like much at first, but Tim demonstrates how you can use the same one lens and one light to create a super sexy shot.
Conclusion (03:14) Tim wraps up the class with a few final words on the most important points covered in this class.