Originally Posted by BoondogUK
Try bringing a graduated filter from the top to keep the exposure of the image correct, the top is just a bit to 'hot' with the light coming from the lights above...
I also think that improving the composition with the cropping tool can help bring out the right areas of the image...
but love a thread like this...
here is a great lightroom car editing video:
Wow at first when you replied I looked at the video for a minute and was intimidated by the length..but I just watched it now I wish there was more to it. That was extremely helpful. Thanks for sharing! I now feel very confident with Lightroom now.
Currently I'm trying to get used to the camera as I'm starting to borrow it more often from my sister, it's a Nikon D3000 with the 18-55mm lens I think I'm really not sure. If you've got any tutorials on basic camera shooting for cars that would be much appreciated. What I've got down so far is: setting it to RAW, a lower ISO setting, and using a tripod. I'm so-so on the aperture..still getting used to that. I've got a ton to learn..but Lightroom I've got it down now thanks!