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  Mini#26 Best of 2014, So Far ...
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Old Trucks       ©2014 Adirondack Gal
Sony SLT-A77V       9th place, 93 points
1/100s, f5.6, ISO 125, 82mm, Normal Program, Center Weighted Average, no flash
 
Post-Processing: Played around with various effects, can't remember the details.       Extra Info: None
 
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Adirondack Gal
Jul 15, 2014
    See that Mepo... even Jade has your number! LMAO!

Jade O.
Jul 15, 2014
    Too late, Mepo. I already rushed out and got your plate number! You'll hear from my lawyer! ....
... and my carpenter, my gardener, my neighbour who owned the cat....

Adirondack Gal
Jul 15, 2014
    Lo: Ha ha! Just when you thought you had my "style" figured out, eh? LOL!

Mepo: :-P HAHAHAHA! Shuddddup! :-)

Mepo
Jul 14, 2014
    Not many people keep all their old cars but I suppose it's hard to sell them once you've demolished a few mailboxes and other stuff.

Lo
Jul 14, 2014
    AG - I never would have suspected this was yours. Absolutely love it!!!

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mrsawyer
Jul 14, 2014
    The processing here almost brings these vehicles back to life! Love the colors and focus. In my favs.

Amberbug
Jul 14, 2014
    Great shot, like the colors & comp & pano effect..
Edited on Jul 14, 2014

gotta.learn
Jul 14, 2014
    I am intrigued by this photo of old trucks. It makes me think of a painting. I love the composition (though I might have left a little more space for breathing room at the bottom of the 3rd car on the right (a possible fix might be to clone the snow across the bottom edge to the right of the left tire to keep the eye from falling off the bottom edge). This is such a fun picture to look at and think about. The mood created by the processing was an interesting touch. I am curious of how it looks without the processing. The composition, subject matter, lighting and exposure are beautiful by themselves. Very nice job and nice use of effects.
Edited on Jul 14, 2014

Lo
Jul 13, 2014
    I'm not usually a fan of extensive pp, but I have to say it works really well here by adding incredible character to these old wrecks. The detail is amazing, and the splashes of colour against the snow really bring it home.

BarbroS
Jul 13, 2014
    Nice line-up of vintage trucks. The rather strong PP effects are just right I feel in this image.

cookiejar
Jul 13, 2014
    You have a good eye for a subject and the playing paid off.

forkcandles
Jul 12, 2014
    always right down when using different effects saves time later.
looks like edges curves snow broken glass.....

Phil99
Jul 12, 2014
    Great photo. I love the way you've spotted and captured real personality in the 3 trucks.

Mepo
Jul 11, 2014
    I don't normally like this type of processing but this is just perfect for the scene. What I particularly like is the use of colour to link the cars together, the blue in particular follows from one to the next. Really good eye to have spotted this possibility and to have composed it so well. I know many diners that would love to have this on their wall. Sale-able for sure!

Jade O.
Jul 11, 2014
    Yes, you end up high in my picks. Whatever you did in pp, it added up nicely!
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