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Brooklands Museum hosted the second of this years car photography workshops at the historic racing and aviation venue. A host of classic and modern sports cars were part of the day, from a Ronart to the new Honda Type R it couldn't have been a more eclectic mix...
The car photography courses are now in their ninth year and prove to be as popular as ever, today their were six photographers on the workshop, all with varying experiences. The cars on show really were a mixture, Bentley GT, Ferrari 355 F1 Spider, Honda Civic Type R, VW Golf G60 and some American classic and muscle cars, plus Alan Mason with his beautiful Ronart which stole the show, it fitted right in at the museum, especially on the banking.

The course runs through composition, using the available light and also varying settings on the camera to get the very best from the cars on display. As always their were a nice mix of colours and shapes, the sunshine moved in and out of the clouds throughout the day giving varying degrees of contrast, sometimes this aided the photographers. The next course takes place on Sunday 28th July, spaces still available, please take a look at the training section of the website for further details.