Neat old Jeep

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  1. Doug

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    I was at work the other day and had my camera with me. These were taken with avalible light (no flash). Minolta 50mm 1.4 Lens 7D camera.


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    I love number 3. These are some great pics and im not just saying that b/c im a Jeeper :)
     
  3. Doug

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    Hi Gomexz,
    Thanks for the compliment, it's a 1951 M38, I'm doing a little work to it. It's been sitting for about 3 years and the fuel has gone bad, Very Bad.

    I was shooting with availble light and no flash. I guess the antishake built into the Minolta 7D really works.
     
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    anybody else?
     
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    I think I like number two the best, nice shots.
     
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    Thanks meganc,
    I'm glad you like them. I'm just a beginner trying some new techniques. I didn't want to use the built in flash because I thought it would be too much light. As it was I set the camera to f1.4 and let the shutter speed adjust itself.
     
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    I would LOVE the magentas more saturated. But it is totally personal.

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    Lau, I tried bumping up the saturation, if I go too far it becomes pixilated. Cool Land Rover.

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    I was liking #1 until I saw #3. My Grandfather had an old Willys we used to ride around on the farm.

    IMO, I prefer the original rather than the boosted saturation of #2.
     
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    There's nothing like the old Jeeps, I like any type of old off road vehicles. Something about all the manual levers and gear noise, they seem to just keep going and going. I can't wait to get this thing running.

    I agree with the saturation but I thought I'd give it a try.
     
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    I hope that you like it :) I love the colors hidden in there :mrgreen:

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    ... I like it :biglaugh:
     

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