Corvette: Year by Year1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964
1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976
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Corvette Photographs I Like
Below: 1960 Ermine White Corvette photographed in Cambria CA.
1989 Corvette ZR-1, GM photo by Paul Henri Cahier. It was taken at the Walled City of Carcassonne in south France during a European press tour.
This is more of an art photo since there isn't much Corvette information included. It's always been a favorite of mine however.
Buildings behind the car are known as "architectural backgrounds" in automotive photography industry talk.
When you add a marina to the background and frame it with a nice tree you have a winner.
Your classic "Golden Hour" shot. Definite pluses include the rear view of this 1963 split window coupe and the Sebring Silver paint. Many photographers like to shoot silver cars as they feel it shows the lines better.
The car color least favored by photographers is black. The lines tend to disappear and shadows blend in, making the car look more like a blob. Yes, black cars look great in person but terrible in photographs - go figure.
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Next: Photographs I Like Part Two
Dashboards, Reflections, Motion Blur, Golden Hour
Zoom Lens, Location-Location-Location
Something Different, On The Road
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