I think it would be better if I could actually see the pictures...
I'd say get a wide angle lens, makes for really good shots, you can be almost touching the wheel with the lens and get the whole car in the shot. Also get either a good fixed lens, they aren't expensive, but when the zoom is constant the images will come out clearer. Also get some decent lens filters, they're about $20-30 each, you'll want an anti-glare one to prevent streaking of lights in your photos, like you can see in some of them. You seem to have a good idea on what makes a good picture, now the big difference comes down to your equipment.
Good luck in the future
Das buch der Äußere
My lug nuts require more torque than your Honda makes.
cool photos, should take more showing the entire car(s) though
I have a lot of the cars, haven't edited them yet. I have a cannon T2i with a 50mm F/1.8 with a clear filter to cut out light. The light was intentional, I had a alien bee strobe pointed at the camera for the effect. The help is greatly appreciated!
Last edited by chrisc351; 04-27-2012 at 10:38 AM.