Thursday, March 28, 2013
the feminine touch
Beauty gets attention but organic (human) beauty lends itself to a heightened form of aestheticism. Another thing I noticed as a photographer is that most people look way better in person than their images in the media.
But I and other photographers and videographers had a common problem = white balance or getting the lighting right. The ceiling lights were very bright but not uniformly so and in some places a different hue plus the cars were so shiny that there was a lot of reflected light going every which way. Both incidental and reflected light at the same time - an exposure metering nightmare.
The bottom line for car connoisseurs and potential buyers is what gets your attention, the looks or the technology? The looks or the real person behind the "look"?