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Our Mopar Misfits car club paid a photographer to come out and take some stills and moving photos of our rides. I now have a T/A hood and Shelby Cobra wheels and need to update my photos. These were from a few years ago.
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Excellent photos. So the answer to my question is a professional photographer or special cameras or magic?

OK, I see there are programs to do this according to Mr. Google.

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When we hired the photographer, we had over 30 cars that showed up. We each paid something like $30 per car. This included a highway ride down the beach road. The photographer had his girlfriend drive a BMW with a sunroof. He stood up out of the sunroof and then took side shots from the passenger window. He gave us hand signals for where and what he wanted us to do. Then took few shots in the parking lot. Took him about 4-5 hours of on scene work. Went home and downloaded the digital photos. Then e-mailed each person the best 5-6 shots of their shoot. He made good money for a busy day of work. Well worth the money. We had a BBQ going , while everyone waited their turn.
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OK, I see there are programs to do this according to Mr. Google.
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When we hired the photographer, we had over 30 cars that showed up. We each paid something like $30 per car. This included a highway ride down the beach road. The photographer had his girlfriend drive a BMW with a sunroof. He stood up out of the sunroof and then took side shots from the passenger window. He gave us hand signals for where and what he wanted us to do. Then took few shots in the parking lot. Took him about 4-5 hours of on scene work. Went home and downloaded the digital photos. Then e-mailed each person the best 5-6 shots of their shoot. He made good money for a busy day of work. Well worth the money. We had a BBQ going , while everyone waited their turn.
That's an awesome idea, and I've never had any thought, nor has anyone I've known at any Car Club I've participated in think to do this.
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