In order to prepare for the job, she looked at automotive photography online. “I basically just went online, opened Google, and typed in ‘how to photograph a car,’” she says, shrugging apologetically. The results showed lots of flashes, and lots of editing. “And I thought, oh, okay, well, I have one flash. I’ll just try this and see how it goes,” she says. She turns off the search engine and decides to just organize the shooting by her own rules. With a rough idea, a first draft, yet without over-planning – and without a flash. Her approach seems to work. Shore receives a lot of praise for the photos online – and a lot of new assignments.