The Car Hop

Sometimes as a photographer I get lucky and get to photograph subjects that I normally don't have access to. My passion is photographing landscapes, nature, wildlife and some portrait work, but I like to try other forms of photography when I can. About 2 years ago I attended a local car show in my town. I have always like photographing old cars. On that day, I was fortunate to be able to photograph a model that was there.

While walking around the car show I noticed that a few people were gathering around a car and I became curious. My wife and I went to the location to see what all the fuss was about. It turned out that people were gathering around to watch a model get her photo taken with some old cars. I noticed a photographer taking his photos and how the photographer seemed to be working together to get a few shots. My guess was the photographer was working on some type a pin-up calendar by the way the model was dressed. Of course, I did not want to interfere with the photographer and model but I thought it would be cool get a few images of the model since she was willing to pose for the shots. She seemed to not mind other photographers taking photos of her and providing several poses for the shoot. What was cool was the photographer planned his shot very well by providing the model with a variety of nice props to use for the shoot.

What is cool about having a model is that a model is someone that willing to pose for photos. It makes taking photos so much easier for the photographer. A good model pretty much knows the shots the photographer is trying to capture and goes through a variety of poses for the photographer. I was not her photographer but it was fun to try to capture a few images as she posed for her photo session with her photographer. I call my photo of the model the "Car Hop". I don't know who the model or who the photographer was but I do appreciate them letting take my photo. I think it turned out pretty nice.

 The Car Hop

The Car Hop

Until next time, keep shooting!

Roger