Friday, August 29, 2014

Nikon D810 & SIGMA 50mm Art Series Automotive Photography via Kelby One & Tim Wallace

 


Nikon D810, f/16 with SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 100

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I had a chance to watch my friend Tim Wallace do his magic the other day on KelbyOne and it got me inspired to take my own shots. If you are a car photography fan I highly recommend you take advantage of my KelbyOne discount and check out these videos to learn more about how to create cool shots like these on your own! It’s fun and surprisingly easy. The only gear required is a DSLR with a good lens and a studio light with softbox. For the shots featured in this article I was using Elinchrom Rotalux Softbox (14 x 35") and Elinchrom Ranger Quadra Hybrid RX Lead-Gel Battery 2-Light Pro S Kit with a Avenger A5017 7.5' Roller Stand with a riser arm.


Nikon D810, f/16 with SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 100

Nikon D810, f/16 @ SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 64
Nikon D810, f/16 @ SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 64

Nikon D810, f/11 @ SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 64
Nikon D810, f/11 @ SIGMA 50 mm Art Series, 1/200, ISO 64

Conclusion

Whether its your car or a friends car, it can be fun getting photos of the cool design features found in cars today. With Tim Wallace’s videos on KelbyOne it couldn’t be easier to make images that look like they are ready for a car brochure!

It should be noted that all of these shots were taken in my messy garage without any special preparations. No studio was ever used. To see the in-camera originals check out the gallery in my D810 review.

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