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Where do you take pics of your 6?

ABCGarage

ABC Garage
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2015 Mazda6 Sport
My friend and I tried to get some night time photos at a parking structure with my 6 and although they didn't come out well we still had a fun time lol. Definitely let me know where you guys take pictures of your 6's so I can get cooler photos! Also any tips/video ideas are welcome :)

 

sm1ke

Work In Progress..
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Contributor
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Canada
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'18 CX-9 Signature
I don't have a 6, but back when I had a car that I deemed worthy of a photoshoot, the photographer I hired had some nice places in mind. We went to an alley between old brick-walled buildings, we shot in front of some older city-owned buildings, in a parking garage.. but I think the most important thing was light. It's a lot easier to get great photos when it's a little overcast and not too sunny, or late in the afternoon. Some photographers can work their magic during the post-edit with almost any photo, especially photos taken at sunset. The guy I hired had just started shooting, but had some experience with post-edit software.





For nighttime shots, the photos I've seen online are usually at those well-lit gas stations, or under a bright streetlamp.
 

ABCGarage

ABC Garage
:
2015 Mazda6 Sport
I don't have a 6, but back when I had a car that I deemed worthy of a photoshoot, the photographer I hired had some nice places in mind. We went to an alley between old brick-walled buildings, we shot in front of some older city-owned buildings, in a parking garage.. but I think the most important thing was light. It's a lot easier to get great photos when it's a little overcast and not too sunny, or late in the afternoon. Some photographers can work their magic during the post-edit with almost any photo, especially photos taken at sunset. The guy I hired had just started shooting, but had some experience with post-edit software.





For nighttime shots, the photos I've seen online are usually at those well-lit gas stations, or under a bright streetlamp.

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