The old ford

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  1. Karalee

    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    Comments and critique much appreciated.


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  2. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like to play with compositions like this. I would love to see it slightly from the side, as well, but in close like you are here. I find myself curious about the shape of those old fenders and wanting to see them, somehow. Still, this straight-on composition works, and I really like the sepia tone. Suits the subject perfectly.

    Nice work, girl! :D
     
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    Something bothering me with the shot. Is it a digital that you made black in white in photoshop or B & W film?
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    I like the feel and the angle of view. It looks like you caught a reflection in the Ford symbol...I think it would look better if the symbol was a little more defined.
     
  5. Karalee

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    Thanks Terri, I took a portrait orientation shot of this too, but its just as tight, being as I didnt have much space to work with Im glad I got anything.

    JPPLAY, I shot it with 35mm, and did some tweaking in photoshop.

    And Big Mike, I know what you mean about the ford symbol. It was the first thing that bugged me when I saw it.
     
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    I like this shot. You may have already sharpened it but it looks like it could use to be sharper...

    Other than that, if it were my photo, I would focus more on the grill and Ford logo by cropping on the left - about 1/4 of the way into the light bulb. Also, burning in the Ford logo would help.

    Still nice the way it is.

    Tuna
     

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