Car photography: tip 1) if you have a lower shutter speed and follow the subject through as you press the shutter release the background will be blurred to give the illusion that the car is moving.
Tip 2) using flash during daytime will reduce darker spots and shadows on the car.
Tip 3) always use a telephoto lens to zoom in on the subject so you don’t lose detail from cropping and editing.
If you frame you’re subject when you take the shot it will reduce cropping/editing so the final product will have more detail and look better overall
If you’re subject isn’t moving take you’re time to frame it and get the right settings such as white balance, ISO, aperture and shutter.
The aperture priority is great for wide angle photos such as landscape and architectural photos as it allows for a wider depth of field while still maintaining picture brightness.
Be careful to properly frame the subject to minimize cropping and editing.