Many of you may have seen my previous posts about the project between both Peter Critchell and Guy Portelli.
This is the creation of a unique automotive art project designed to celebrate the 70 years of Ferrari? whilst also raising funds for BBC Children In Need.
The automotive art project is now complete, and I visited Guy this week with Peter to take the final automotive photographic images using my HDR photography skills.
The ‘Ferrari 206 Dino bonnet’ will be covered by the BBC on the official BBC Children In Need show to be broadcasted live from Margate on 17th November 2017.
The ‘Ferrari 206 Dino bonnet’ will also be exhibited on the Ferrari Owners Club stand at the forthcoming NEC Motor Show 10-11-12 November
I have made extensive use of my HDR photography for many of my automotive photography projects and I hope you can see the benefits to using HDR in these photographic images.
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What is HDR photography? What are its benefits?
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What is HDR photography?
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