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Brooklands Museum has been the host for my car photography workshops now for eight years, in that time I have had a great variety of cars for the photographers to capture against the stunning historic landscape, today was no exception with an eclectic mix, the highlight a stunning 1959 Corvette and a McLaren 720S...
Today their was a really diverse mixture of cars on display for the attendees to photograph, these included the new McLaren 720S Spider, a beautiful red 1959 Corvette, a MK2 Jaguar saloon and a pair of classics, and a slammed Austin Allegro estate plus a few others in the mix.

The format for the day is to start off in the airfield, this is where a variety of aircraft are parked up for the public to view, Concorde heads up the display and makes for some great wide angled images, plus underneath the carriage it works for some more interesting compositions. Before lunch we then set off to the banking, always an amazing setting as back in the day the likes of the Napier were flying around at speeds of 200 mph, hard to believe when you drive around it now. The day concluded with all of the cars being separated around the museum site, the backdrop of the classic garages works really well for some group images.

On the day the people who attended ranged from novices to experienced photographers, with such a mix of cars on offer it gives everyone a chance to capture a nice mix of portfolio images, plus we can place the vehicles exactly where we want to for some atmospheric and individual photographs. The next course that has availability is on Sunday 28th July, more details can be found under the training section of the website, spaces are still available, any questions please contact me.