The above image was part of a test shoot for a photographer who wanted to try the Lencarta Safari in a situation relevant to him. He’s based in Yorkshire, and intends to shoot vehicles with a great deal of control of the lighting. Most of the vehicles involved are likely to be customised, so the lighting and therefore the control of it, is absolutely paramount.

Here, we metered for the ambient lighting conditions, and then increased the shutter speed and aperture so as to underexpose by around a stop and a half.

The Safari was on full output through a 70cm beauty dish at around shoulder height and heavily weighted down as it was very windy.

Nikon D3 1/160th sec ISO100 24-70mm f9

The following image is of Dave with his car  🙂