A beautiful Acura RSX driving down low level bridge in Edmonton.Calgary Acura RSX 780tuners- Rollers are something that I love shooting in. It’s fast paced, requires team work, and the excitement doing these photos are like nothing else! Photographing rollers requires an extremely slow shutter speed and an environment dark enough to reach correct exposure at such a slow shutter speed. In order to get a smooth, sharp photo of the car while it is in motion, it is important to shoot in a smooth road with both cars at very close speed and no jerking movements from both cars! Next thing is the camera! Any motion and jittering is going to kill the photo, so something I always do is shoot while sticking onto something like the side view mirror or side of the car while you rest your body at the window to shoot. Another challenge I get are those headlights from the car. Although they look great, flare issues are huge, and finding the right exposure means matching the headlight intensity with the environment, and also instructing the driver to shut off their high beams or fog lights when they see the camera aiming at them. The best focal length I find from shooting these are wider angles as opposed to tele. I’d instruct the car to be about 1-2 cars apart in order to get the right angle to shoot the car zipping down the road.