How to take beautiful rolling shots of your car – Photography




It is the season to be taking photos of those you love, namely your car, bike, rolling banana and other toys. With my sister Becky’s help we look at the simple steps to getting great rolling shots.

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Comments 45

  1. Nick, thanks for the video.  Winter is coming….time for winter tires.  I'm told that exchanging summer tires for winter tires can be damaging to my C4S Porsche wheels.  Wondering if its best to swap both wheels/tires when weather changes.  Given your winter conditions are typically more severe than mine (DC), your thoughts?

  2. Nick these videos are really helpful! I really appreciate you taking the time to share how you produce such high-quality material (thinking of this video + the one from last fall on how to improve production value for YouTube). I’ll sneak in a random question here — where did you get that light fixture that’s behind you in your kitchen videos (the multi-led vase thing)? It’s a great accent piece!

  3. Great photos (and good advice). Reminded me that your M4 did look fab in Sakhir Orange. Definitely 'the' colour for it. Incidentally, the finish on your cars is great. What wax etc do you use? I know others maybe have done it to death, but it could be a future vid or blog? Congrats on 115K subscribers – good to see more succumbing to Murray World. BTW, I bet Becky forgives the mispelling everytime you let her drive your Porsche!

  4. Thanks Nick, now my sister knows she's not the only sister that has to do rolling shots! I'm too nervous to mount a camera low outside, so my sister always takes them from a window. We usually only do video, but I'll definitely keep these tips in mind whenever I want to take some nice pictures. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us!

  5. Nice vid, but why not mention anything about panning shots?
    What to set your autofocus settings to should also be mentioned here imo. (i always select one focus point manually, autofocus should be on continuous and put the camera in high burst rate also)

  6. Thanks for the info, very informational. I now have a follow-up Video question… HOW do you time your various video shots to edit together correctly? Like you have a GoPro camera plus a handheld and you cut in and out of each seemingly without any lag, etc… I always find that difficult, like if I wanna get to the same shot from another camera to edit them together, it's not always easy to find the exact frame to 1/30th of a second of the other video to ensure it's done correctly?! Thanks!

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