Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by nvr2low, Jan 18, 2006.
'66 or '67 GTO
DSC_0720.jpg by Charlie Wrenn, on Flickr
The board? It looks like an old IDE hard drive board. I just held on to it after I saw the car.
1952 Hudson Hornet Stock Car. I got to touch it, feel it, smell it, but didn't drive it. I was not inspired to take pics of it, I wanted t feel it. However, I did the best I could under horrible light condition. I love this car and actually knew the man that painted it, actually worked with him on a project (not this car) he was consulting on. I was his color matcher for a gold color no one could get right, I got it in 5 minutes, true story, he would deny it for sure. Someone had used Styrofoam in the original paint at the factory that caused a strange metallic separation or unevenness. It did have a subtle look that an experienced paint guy could see a difference. I used to call on this old painter that used to experiment on painting conversion vans and he did the same thing, amongst other experimentations. It was always thought of it as wise tail but I truly witnessed the effect it had metallic enamels and lacquers. Anyway, I stopped in this place, (on my bucket list) and was shocked to see this beautiful paint job, I instantly recognized it was his. I called him and was on the phone forever. He was not nice to me in the beginning, he started out that I don't know ****. I actually helped him and he wanted nothing to do with me, recalling solving his problem, he denied it actually . No worries https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2014/...-added-to-national-historic-vehicle-register/
TriX, Canon 50 f/3.5 macro, Canon Ae1. I apologize for my student quality exposure rendering. I am working on it. I am trying to show non edited photos because I don't want to edit them. I am working hard at getting them right in camera.
Power window by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
Bug by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
Blown 56 by Trevor Baldwin, on Flickr
Canon AE1, 28mm, TriX
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