Something I’ve wanted to practice more with my automotive photography is photographing interiors. So I took some free time to shoot the interior of my Jeep Rubicon.
The final image is a composite made up of approximately 6 separate exposures shot in my garage while using a single strobe to light different areas of the interior in each frame. The mountain image was shot months earlier while I was on an off-road trip in Squamish, BC, Canada.
Once I had the images back in Photoshop, I then built layer masks to construct the final composite image. Below is a short video showing the build up of layers in Photoshop.
I still feel like a bit of a rookie when it comes to creating these type of image composites, but I am getting more comfortable with the process along with feeling good about the final results. With that said, there’s still lots to learn and improve on.
If you have any questions regarding my process above or about any of my photography, please leave them in the comment section below.
Thank you for taking the time to view my automotive photography!
www.jasonmanchester.com – Vancouver Automotive Car Photographer Jason Manchester