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This image of a 1975 Volkswagen Beetle was taken in the middle of a filed at night, I used a light bar to light the top of the beetle up, by facing the light bar down towards the car but hiding the bulb from the camera it creates the reflection of the light on the bits of bodywork.

This image was taken the same as the first one but with the brake lights on, also in this one I started the light bar at the back bumper of the car and trailed it along to the front bumper.

This one is lit from the side of the car, you can tell this by the shadow on the roof and the reflection of the bulb in the window.

This one was taken like the second one but with the light bar at a different angle, you can tell this by the shadow on the wheels and the more illuminated side panel.

This image of a 1970 Dodge Charger R/T replica model was taken at college, I placed the model car in some shrubbery which gave the effect of it being abandoned in a forest.

This image of the car is of it on a rock, the image was taken from a very low angle to try and get it to look like the rock was bigger and higher up.

This image was taken in the same place as the first one but from a further distance, the car still seems abandoned, but gives the feel of it being abandoned near the side of the road.

This image was also taken on the rock, but from the back end of the car, the idea of this shoot was to make it look like it was parked at the end of a cliff.

This image is of a Lamborghini Urus parked on the streets in London near the Dorchester Hotel. I took this image by kneeling in the middle of a road so that I would be at a long angle .

This is an image of a Lamborghini Huracan Performante on the streets in London round the back of the BMW shop on Park Lane. This image I got low down in the middle of the road.

This Lamborghini Countache was on the side of a street in London, again for this image I got low down and had to go in the middle of the road to get the best shot.

I took this image of an Aston Martin Vanquish as it was driving past Selfridges, for this shot I had to pan the car, which meant I had a slow shutter speed and followed the car as it drove past.

This is an image of the engine of a classic Bentley, I took it at a low angle and played with the focal length so that the Bentley logo on the engine was in focus.

This image was taken with a short depth of field and is of the front logo of a classic Bentley, I wanted the logo to be the main focus of the image as the Bentley logo is very recognisable.

This Bentley was in the workshop at the dealership being restored, this caught my eye because the lifelessness of the Bentley.

This image was taken at shoulder height looking down at the front end of the car, the logo is in focus and the rest is slightly blurred, this was the idea of the shot, the red in the logo really stands out over the gold which caught my eye.

By Henry Pine

All these images that you have seen in this booklet were taken by me for this project, so I hope you enjoyed them.