Auto companies from the across the globe send their camouflaged prototypes into the desert’s 120-degree-plus temperatures for testing. Of course, the vehicles are easy to spot once they are found — portions or all of a car’s body is covered with a black mask. Sometimes an unusual striping technique is used, similar to zebra stripes.
Then comes the difficult task of determining the brand and the model of the car that was shot. How does a spy photographer measure success? Brenda’s photographs have appeared in Automotive News, our sibling publication, AutoWeek, and a long list of newspapers, magazines and web sites around the world. — Rick Kranz