Custom Car Showroom Photo Tips
Beautiful car, great photo. The background in this shot complements the vehicle without distracting the eye.
Glare from a flash detracts from an otherwise well-framed shot. If you're using a flash, shoot from a slight angle.
Want to take great photographs of your ride? Here are some tips to help you get the shots that will get your car noticed.
1. Use a good camera.
2. Use a high-quality photo size.
If you're using film, the general rule is that high-speed film (the 400-800 stuff) works best for low-light shooting, like outdoor photos at night. The lower speeds (100-200) work best with a lot of light.
3. Clean your car.
4. Check the sky.
5. Location, location, location.
6. Interior Shots.
7. Show us who you are.
Remember your goal: grab someone's attention. Take your time, experiment with unique shots, and have fun.
Create your own Custom Car Showroom Profile
If you've installed any Crutchfield car audio/video gear - from a simple in-dash CD player to a multi-amplifier system with subwoofers and DVD - we want to know about it. You could end up showing off your system in your own Custom Car Showroom Profile here on Crutchfield.com.
Use our online Custom Car Showroom Form to submit the details of your installation, along with up to 10 of your photos that help tell the story, to our editors. Our editors may select you to be our next Custom Car Showroom Team Member.
Please note: Submitting a profile does not guarantee publication