seeing red 30

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23 thoughts on “seeing red 30

  1. disperser

    Beautiful renderings. You should add the first one to the gallery as well. The gallery gives readers the choice to view photos at their full resolution.

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  2. LensScaper

    I really like the subdued colours and palette in these images. Photographing the small details leaves me curious to know more and see more of these cars.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Andy. This particular car has an unpainted finish (primer) which doesn’t have any unflattering shiny areas in the photos. Always a plus.

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  3. Linda Grashoff

    This is a super collection of super-car photos. Love the colors. The shadows even increase the feeling of age, I think, though I don’t know why they should. Maybe it has something to do with the past being somewhat murky in memory . . .

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. One of the things that appeal to me is the fact this is a work in progress and that adds an interesting element. This is a very long process so I hope I’ll be able to see how it evolves.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Tom. If this was my car, I would try to preserve the way it looks now. I think this is what is known as a “rat rod”. They seem to be very popular in this area.

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  4. ag

    My Honda wagon is 23 years old with only about 140,000 miles on it. Thanks for giving me something to look forward to 🙂

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Good luck to you, ag. I thought I’d still be driving my old Subaru but there are other drivers on the road determined to thwart me on that.

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  5. Anita Jesse

    You always find a way to make these details so clear and detailed, while retaining a touch of mystery. You know I would immediately be drawn to the rich textures.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Lynn. There’s no possible way to control the lighting at these events. I prefer overcast days but bright sunlight can be an interesting challenge.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Mario. I like the detail, too. It’s very difficult to get a good shot of the entire car because they’re placed very close together and it’s hard to isolate them.

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