tfttf219 video – Concept Race Car – Part 3 of 3

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iphone_car.jpg Yeah, it even looks good on an iPhone :) (Thanks John Davenport for the image)

Today is the last part of the 3-part series about the Mercedes-Benz Concept Car photography session. Let’s take a closer look at how to tickle the most out of the images in post processing.

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Chris Marquardt

Chris Marquardt is a photographic mythbuster and the host of Tips from the Top Floor, the world's longest running photography show. He has taught photography all over the world and his mission is to enable anybody to become a better photographer. He is also a regular guest on the TWiT Network.

5 thoughts on “tfttf219 video – Concept Race Car – Part 3 of 3”

  1. Love your podcast!!! Would like to have had access to your original, unedited tfttf219 car pics so I can post process it myself and compare my results with yours.

  2. Chris, I love the post you did on this photo. Have you tried using a reflector while shooting the video? This will brighten your face, so you can still have the sky behind you without underexposing your face so much. It can make a world of difference.

  3. @Dan: heheh.. you’re hereby invited to join in on the next taping to hold the reflector. In all seriousness, reflector would indeed have helped, but you typically need an additional person to hold it (don’t even try reflector holders on stands while it’s windy) and more time to produce.

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