Posted on Mar.29, 2011, under Automobiles
(Nikon D700, 70-300mm at 122mm, ISO 200, Exposure 1/125 sec @f/8.0)
In my previous post I mentioned that the image I posted was not the one I was originally planning on posting. My original thought was to post this shot of the grille of the 1932 Bucciali TAV 12 and include the shot of the full car as additional reference to let the viewer see what the entire car looked like. Since I posted the full view, I figured it was time to post the detail shot.
As you can see, processing was fairly simple. Some minor cropping and a conversion to black and white to emphasize the look of the chrome on black.
Just for fun, I ran my Photoshop action which creates ‘circle’ images. I think it created a pretty nice image:
Let me know what you think, or if you have any questions or suggestions. Remember to click the image to see it in lightbox mode.
One more thing, please check out the changes that I’ve made to my gallery pages, available off of the home page. You can click the large image in the gallery and see it in lightbox mode as well. Keep checking back as I’m planning on making some other enhancements as well.
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