Lighting Techniques


How I Got That Shot: Photographing A Shiny New Ferrari

June 16, 2014

By Holly Stuart Hughes

© Tim Damon

Working with a camera mounted on a car rig during a long exposure, Damon had to adjust the light to accommodate the car's movement.

In his 25 years as an automotive photographer, Tim Damon has made almost every kind of image that car clients demand: performance shots on race tracks, cars and trucks in dramatic landscapes, and lots of studio shots, sometimes done on his 18,000-square-foot stage in Los Angeles. But whatever the assignment, his goal is to bring out the unique contours of...

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