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      04-06-2020, 09:41 AM   #3
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A couple of things that have helped me in the past with multiple car shoots is first, like always, location. Get them away from EVERYTHING. One car is busy enough, 2 cars = hella busy, so you want your background to be super plain.

Second, try to think about the character of each car. Some cars look best from the front, some from the rear. That's basic, but you get the idea.

Third, ALWAYS consider a ladder. Getting higher up usually really helps with multiple cars, as it gives a different perspective, and allows the viewer to focus on more than one thing better.

If you can have one closer, and one further away it usually helps as well.

Anyway, that's just some things to get you started. Here's area a few shots by a friend of mine that shows how to position 2 cars correctly. Forget all the processing and razzmatazz, just look at the position of the cars.
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