1969 Chevy C10 Pickup

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  1. NGP

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    How much post-processing have you done to this image? The highlights on the truck look a little blown out... but it is a very nice picture.. what lens did you choose for this one?
     
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    nice angle, that certainly is one clean truck.
     
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    no post proessing ( excpet the b/w that was dont after in PS) that was the sun reflecting off the paint cuz its like a skyblue so it shows white in some photos when its to bright but i loved the truck in b/w

    i used a sigma 12-24mm superwide angle

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    How did you achieve the black and white. I prefer to use levels.
     
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    i just like it
    gives a good mood to the photo
     
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    Your camera should have a setting in your menu (depending on the type of camera you use) that says 'black and white', or 'BW'.

    As for the shot, I really like it. Most car photos don't appeal to me, but the black and white, as well as the angle, made it nice, IMO. Good work.
     
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    The Channel Mixer generally gives the best control over the B/W conversion, in my experience. I always shoot in color and convert while post-processing.
     
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    Like the B&W treatment and the angle. Try shooting lower to loose the foilage in the background.
     
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    Wow, sweet truck! Nice photos too. Cars are my favorite photographic subject. Seems like half the summer I'm either at the dragstrip or at a car cruise :D
     

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