After my first Vivid Auto Photography Shop Announcement, I'm writing to let you know I've got a new selection of pictures. Here's more about the images.
Manta Ray Beach Buggy
After meeting Ben after three Vauxhall Corsa VXR photoshoot, I photographed Ben's Dad's Manta Ray Beach Buggy.
The owner said this Manta-Ray Beach Buggy was one out of the two genuine Manta-Ray's in the U.K. It was super fun taking pictures of Ben's Dad's Spaniels in the Buggy.
BMW M2 Competition
While I was walking around town, I saw an Alpine White BMW M2 Competition. When capturing images of the M2, my goal was to juxtapose the modern BMW to the Victorian Town.
In a nutshell, if you've got the skill and vision. You can make a drab photo to fab.
Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport
Initially, I wasn't going to post this picture of the Volkswagen Golf GTi Clubsport on my channel. I had much more exciting photos; since I couldn't do many photoshoots. I got creative.
What about making the Golf GTi looks like it's in the countryside? So, that's what I did. I used the pen tool - in/around the Golf GTi and to top the photo off. I blended a waterfall. Yeah!
Vauxhall Corsa VXR X3
I love a significant challenge. Whether that's how far I can ride on the Spinning Bike to capturing pictures of dogs in the field.
I've never photographed three cars until Dad and Ben arranged a photoshoot with his friends. It was excellent photographing Ben and his friends Corsa VXR's and this side profile of the VXR's was my favourite photo from the photoshoot.
Whether I used my mind to composite to look breathtaking to photograph Spaniels in the Manta Ray - a positive mindset helped me to tell fun stories from my pictures.
If you feel under the weather during the lockdown, having a positive mindset (expecting the worst and hoping the best) leaves you room to grow during while you can't go outside.
Comment down what your favourite car in this article was? Mine is the Manta Ray Beach Buggy and Kin Charles Spaniels. If you love this article, please share it on your social media channel/s. Goodbye,