Cleaning Cars On A Digital Canvas
We had a client submit some material for us to make some flyers with. The flyers were going to advertise an upcoming classic car show. As we scrolled through the content that was submitted we quickly realized that the cars were lacking some shine. None of them had been cleaned prior to the pictures being taken, and none of them looked worthy of being plastered on the front of an advertising flyer. Now whoever took those pictures should have gotten some car detailing tips from these guys, because it was obvious that the vehicle had not been detailed prior to the pictures being taken. So that leaves us with the question, how do we fix this in post production? How do we quickly take pictures of cars that don’t sparkle and give them that Photoshop makeover so they are ready to advertise and promote the events the customer wants them too? Well, there are some very simple photos techniques that can be used to add detail to a car photo, and there are tools to mask blemishes and remove unwanted dents and background noise. Most of these processes are universal across photoshop, but with a car there are a few quick and easy things you can do and I am going to let Scott Kelby take the wheel on this one. I was browsing through youtube videos to see what the other guys were doing that had a little more Photoshop experience with cars than I do and I came across his blog that featured this great video. Take a look at the video, and leave Scott a comment if you find his video to be valuable for you and your project.
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