I see all these behind-the-scenes videos on YouTube about how they made their videos. I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I'd pay to watch you shoot the cars you love. Granted it might take some clever editing to make it entertaining to the masses, but I would pay to watch. Also, I can tell by the comments and titles you have a sense of humor. Always a good thing.
Yeah... I just don't know if I want to give away all my secrets just yet. I'm still trying to make a name for myself, and I've been cultivating a number of 'signature' retouching methods that sort of define my portfolio. To unveil my methodology might be a major disservice to my unique position that I'm currently in. It may be something I dabble with later, but right now I think it's in my best interest to keep my secrets secret. The last thing I want to do is come off as holier-than-thou to my fans, but I just don't feel I'm ready to share my techniques to the masses- and potential competition out there.
I understand 100%. I was thinking about that while I wrote this comment, but I wanted you to know how I felt about it and you did the same. Your work is definitely unique. Keep up the great work and I'll do my best to figure out your secrets. Just don't kill me if I learn your technique. That would make me sad... and dead.
Absolutely!! With all the time I personally invest in my work, I like to try to pass along some of the joy to the viewers! It's never just a picture of a car. There's always so much more. That's why I consider myself an artist first, photographer second.