You just go from strength to strength. There has been a definite jump in the quality of your work since I first saw you on here. Do you ever do commercial gigs, advertising or prestige auto publications?
Yeah, I've been finding quite a few new techniques for bringing my level of production up a few notches. I too have noticed a change. But coming from a skilled photographer such as yourself, I am flattered you've taken note of my evolving work.
As it stands, 95% of my work has been strictly for the individual owners, 3% for a small independent dealership I do work for every other month or so, and the remaining 2% for the New Orleans' newspaper's Automotive Section. 100% of everything I produce has been accomplished through freelancing. No commercial/advertising/significant print publications yet. I have had work featured in a few magazines, but only after the fact; the see a shoot I already have on my website and want to run the photos. I would ideally like to branch out to aforementioned areas, but as it is, I've got a fairly strong following of clients who like my rates and have some pretty killer cars in their garages.
I should build my rig too have been thinking about it for ages.. The problem is that the widest lense I have is 18mm and the rig then would be quite large I think. Also the editing thing is a litle weird
Eventually. They're holding off on it until there's more showroom cars in town. Right now there's only one, I believe. They want people to be able to go down to the nearest dealership and check it out in person before they publish the review.