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      08-23-2012, 01:47 PM   #1
MDRracing13
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Dealership photography tips?

Hey guys, I'm looking for some photography / editing tips for my pictures. I'm a photographer at a used car dealership, mainly BMWs. We have a photobooth inside our dealership. We used to just use the overhead lighting, but on Monday by boss decides to surprise me with a new Nikon D700, with wireless flashes set up in all 4 corners of the booth .
The problem is.. the reflection of the flashes / ceiling ruins some of the pics. I tried positioning the cars in different spots to get the flash out of the reflection, but honestly that is way too time consuming. Is there a way I can re-position the flashes or something of that nature?

Here are some pics that I took with this setup. The hanging flashes/strobes are not there anymore. They were not needed. The X5 came out pretty decent, but look at the 7 series and the g37, the reflections are ruining the pics
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