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1961 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II Automotive Photography March 18th 2016 @ 1:52pm

Our automotive photography team provide a unique photographic service called HDR Photography. HDR Photography is a photographic technology that provides far greater image quality, colour, tonal range and clarity than traditional photographic methods can provide.

Not to be confused with HD Photography which is basically high definition imaging that most professional digital cameras provide? HDR Photography goes way beyond HD images.

We are unique in offering our automotive HDR Photographic services and have worked hard in educating a number of leading automotive manufacturers and automotive dealerships about the huge benefits of using our HDR photography. Indeed, many of these automotive organisations have invested millions in developing class leading automotive dealerships and have made extensive use of our property HDR Photography for both the on-going construction images and the final showroom photographs for corporate presentations and marketing.

Vintage and Prestige Fine Motor Cars plan to have us use our automotive HDR Photographic services to publish photographic overviews on selected classic cars they have for sale. The website was designed and built the team at Wallgo.

Today we decided to take a look at a wonderful and original 1961 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II convertible finished in a delicate gold metallic paint. The interior is clad in light beige leather with the usual Rolls Royce Burr walnut dash.

The Rolls Royce Silver Cloud II was introduced in 1959 and went through a few minor changes including the increase in engine size to a hefty V8 6.2 Litre power plant, thus greatly improving its performance giving a top speed of approximately 115 mph. The main improvements were in acceleration and torque.

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What is HDR photography? What are its benefits?
What is HDR Photography?

Traditional images – V – HDR images
What is HDR photography?


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