Published December 14, 2014 by

Doing a feature film on a freaking limo can’t be fun. I wonder how Jason Statham did it in the Transporter? or this guy? Check out this website, if you want more information on the wonderful world of limousines.

I mean, he was trapped in a freaking box. For hours at the time, doing something he probably hated (okay, he loved it, he’s getting paid a butt load of money and he’s married to Rosie Huntington Whiteley).

Jesus what a life eh?

Anyway. I’m a professional photographer by trade and today I want to share with you some of the top notch skills you might need to succeed in this industry.

First of all, let’s start with the camera. Many people think you need the best camera in the business (cue big fat black DSLR types) to become a successful photographer. This not true. There are many tips and techniques you could use to become a better photographer, and there are so many ways you can achieve this goal.

A good photographer could be taking pictures with an iPhone and still produce stunning shots. I’m not talking about those Instagram filters, but actual techniques and class behind the pictures are so much different from what you and I would put out on a nightly basis.

It’s sad really when you consider the skill level of other people compared to your own, but I don’t think you should be discouraged. IT is always going to be a learning process, and even if you are not perfect right away, you can get by with less than ideal equipment.

Trust me on this one. Let’s quickly look through some of the things you can go out there and apply in your business as a top picture taker.

The number one thing you need to consider are the angles which the pics are taken. Seriously. There are so many things that can make or break a pic, but the angle and lighting behind the entire process has to be number one.

Seriously. I have nothing else to say for now, but all you have to do is keep pushing you’ll get somewhere!