On warm Summer afternoons in England the countryside is dotted with village fetes and classic car shows. It was on one such Sunday, with little else planned, that I headed over to Durrington in Wiltshire for their popular village show and vehicle gathering.
I had set myself a little project aiming to take a more detailed approach to the cars I photographed. After all, at these type of events, you are unlikely to capture a full car shot without a pushchair, deck chair or folding picnic table in the frame.
The second part of the project involved Lightroom, something I use regularly in the development of my images but also a piece of software on which I have limited knowledge. I wanted to learn and try to replicate some of the popular cinematic looks you see in a lot of vintage inspired photography at the moment.
The following set of images are all of a pair of red Ford Mustangs at the Durrington show and were all processed in Lightroom using digital processing techniques learned from various video tutorials found on the internet.