Rust Bucket C&C

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  1. Santa Gertrudis

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    D5000
    18-200 at 170mm
    Shutter Speed-1/30
    Aperture-------f/5.6
    ISO-------------320
     
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    Nice colors and tone! I'm liking this shot. :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you! Believe it or not, there was VERY little PP on that shot.
     
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    If the red in the shot is rust, I would tone down on that a little. Of course it could be my screen, so take it for what it is worth.

    Other wise, I like the composition. The angle makes me think of an old Ford classic in the back yard, half in a ditch. The new truck parked out front, with this one forgotten...
     
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    As far as the colors go, this is straight out of the camera. All I did to it was take a little twig out of the left side of the shot. I can try to tone it down a bit anyway though.
     

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