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I’d like to add that a new page has been added to the lightscatter site dedicated to photos taken at the Corning Museum of Glass earlier this year.  Thanks for visiting.

 

 

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13 thoughts on “seeing red 38

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Howard. The “glow” is intentional on my part. I try to retain the hard focus on a small part of the photo in the processing.

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  1. Linda Grashoff

    Your photographs of these old cars make me imagine how the designers may have felt when they drew and then sculpted the models of these cars. The lines and shapes are so apparent in your photographs—so much more than they perhaps ever were driving down the street.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Linda. When I was a kid I used to draw cars on any blank sheet of paper I could find. But I could never draw the entire car, just a detail that I thought might look good on an actual car. I wondered what the roof line of a Nash would be like on a Ford. Or the taillight of a Lincoln on a Chevy. Guess I haven’t changed much in ** years.

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  2. bluebrightly

    What you said to Howard is interesting – there’s a lot of control in these images, they’re very well done. The second one is positively sculptural – like what Linda said, you see the design intent there clearly. No, I guess you haven’t changed in certain respects – it’s nice actually, how some themes that capture our attention remain throughout our lives.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Lynn. Another thing I neglected to mention and that is the “fun” factor in attending the shows, seeing the people and shooting cars. As far as the photos themselves, I shoot cars the same way I would flowers or trees or almost any still life object with the intention of showing it as best I can.

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