seeing red 64




20 thoughts on “seeing red 64

  1. ag

    The soft focus and shallow depth of field is a treatment I’ve never seen before in car photography. Hope we’ll be seeing more.

  2. TomDills

    I like all of the photos but especially the first one. The lines of the car, the soft focus and wraparound light make for a very surreal scene. I can’t help but wonder how the owner felt about you standing on the roof with your camera to get that shot. Kidding of course, although I don’t know how else you would have done it! 😉

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Tom. I’m sure the owner didn’t want anyone to stand on the roof of this car and I’m pretty sure my insurance wouldn’t cover any damage. But I did rotate the image 180°!

  3. John Linn

    I agree with the other comments. Still not sure how you got the angle on the first excellent photo. I know you are tall… was it a matter of reaching up over the car. And by the way, what kind of car is it?

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, John. The car is a Ford, but I’m not sure of the year. Late ’30’s or early ’40’s I think. A clue to the first photo is that the image is upside down. I’m not that tall but I am taller than the average house cat.

  4. bluebrightly

    Wow, you’ve taken the series to a new level. These are hallucinatory. Painted matte white, huh? I can’t imagine what that is like in real life…oops, I mean RL. Seriously, these are just gorgeous, I love them.

    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, Lynn. I like the matte finish on some cars. It’s much easier to photograph, especially in bright sunlight. The workmanship on this car was outstanding, too.


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