Porsche teaches you how to take great car photos with a phone’s camera

There are other ways to enjoy cars besides driving, and one of them is photography. You don’t need an expensive camera to take good car pictures, either. This video from Porsche provides some helpful tips on taking car photos with your phone’s camera.

In the video, automotive photographer Jordan Lenssen explains that the first thing to do when taking a photo is to lock the camera’s autofocus and exposure. This is usually done by tapping the screen at the area you want to be the main focus of the image. It ensures that area is in focus, and exposure settings don’t leave it too dark or too light. It’s also generally good to keep the horizon level, but there are exceptions to that rule, Lenssen noted.

If you’re shooting your own car, find a location that works. Look for an interesting background without any distracting clutter, like power lines, and

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1994 Ford Power Stroke Concept Is Yellow, Not That Mellow

Ford’s blobular 1995 Explorer was still nearly a year out in 1994, but the Blue Oval’s Power Stroke concept pickup gave clues to the company’s styling directive for the cars, trucks, and SUVs it planned to sell to consumers throughout the latter half of the 1990s. Besides showcasing the brand’s forthcoming design language, the Power Stroke housed Ford’s upcoming turbo-diesel 7.3-liter V-8 engine, which would soon make its way to production bearing the Power Stroke moniker.

Despite its show car status, the Power Stroke concept was surprisingly road-ready. Riding on a modified heavy-duty truck frame and featuring an interior cribbed from an F-Series pickup of the era, the truck’s only true “concept car” elements lived on its yellow-painted body. Items such as the truck’s wraparound windshield and hidden A-pillars, as well as its integrated rear fender flares (to cover the dual rear wheels), might seem common today, but this was

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