Certain elements can contribute to photographing cars successfully, as demonstrated here by Andrew Pasko-Reader. For example, picking the proper time of day when using natural light can result in a nice, soft illumination of the car’s paint. Generally, that time is a few minutes after the sun has gone down or a few minutes before it comes up. If this makes your shutter speed a bit slower, you can always use a tripod to steady the camera and still get a sharp photo. Thanks for sharing, Andrew!