Apr 15, 2012

A Horse in a Garage (HDR)

These are a few I took of my friend's car. He has a restored 1965 Mustang. My first try at any type of car shot (except that old Jeep). I wasn't planning on taking these. I was just bored while I waited on an oil change. It was a very tight garage so I had to use the wide angle lens.







22 comments:

  1. Fantastic HDR, congratulations!

    Ciao
    Federico

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  2. I need one of those. Or maybe a '67 Mercury Cougar. I'd cover it in the garage and tuck it in each night and drive it with wild abandon.... but only on Sundays. :-))

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    1. Well put. I wouldn't mind one myself.

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  3. What a car! Enhanced by the quality of the photography.

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    1. It is a nice car. With paint like that it's easy to catch all the reflections.

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  4. I used to have one of those cars, only in blue. It never looked quite that good, though.

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    1. He actually said he didn't know his car could look that good. I would take a picture of mine, but I don't have the Photoshop skills to make that thing look good.

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  5. Wow - that is one classy car and love that color.

    Thanks for commenting on my photo. That was an installation in an art gallery. The artist painted a statement across the wall and left a space for people to photograph themselves.

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    1. Thanks!

      It was a very cool wall, and very cool/interesting photo.

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  6. Nice colors, i wish i had your talent.

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    1. I don't know what I'm doing. I just push buttons and sometimes things work out. :)

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    1. Thanks. That was the one I liked working on the most.

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  8. You are fast becoming an HDR Master! Great work!

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    1. Thank you Aashish! There's still so much to learn though.

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  9. This is a great series of shots! The wide angle lens and HDR processing are perfect. Nice job!!

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    1. Thanks! Yeah, that lens really comes in handy sometimes.

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  10. Great photos...my fave is the first one. It's a great angle in a small space. Well done! PS...love the title of this post!

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    1. Thanks Helene. I guess the guy who owns the car likes that one too. I went there yesterday and it was the background on his computer.

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  11. I love all of them :) and my fav is fisrt one too. I sent you a pm and waiting your answer :)

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    1. Hi Yasin. You didn't leave your email so I don't know how to contact you back.

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