1933-1934 Pontiac 8

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  1. AllHailZ

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    I saw this on the road and followed him until he stopped. Unforunately, I didn't have much time to shoot as much as I wanted, but here's what I shot.

    Nothing's been retouched, not even the dust... I developed the 35mm negatives myself and scanned them. Taken with a Nikon N80 SLR.


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    Love the car, though I found most of the backgrounds pretty distracting. Not too much you could do about it I'm sure, aide from trying weird angles.

    What film did you use?
     
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    Exactly, the owner was in a hurry doing errands and told me I could shoot the car while he was in the store but that was it. I didn't have a choice in location or time limit. The ones I think came out decent are #3 and #6 because there's no modernism in them. If I had cropped #2 better, maybe it would look better.

    I used Ilford HP Plus 400 ISO black and white.
     

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