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Old Cars,Trucks and Hot Rods

Post photos of any old vehicle you have.  If you know the Make & Model of the vehicle, please tell us what it is...that's all we ask!

Picture is of a '35 Dodge Brothers

5 Window Coupe - Rumble Seat

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Car Show

Started by Andy P. Last reply by S. Lloyd Winn yesterday. 4 Replies

Really just one of the many attractions at the West Bridgewater Park Fair, Massachusetts. Less than 2 dozen cars including a couple gems.One of the earliest land purchases by the Pilgrims from the…Continue

1936 Auburn

Started by Andy P. Last reply by S. Lloyd Winn yesterday. 4 Replies

My first Auburn photos. Should have snapped more detail pics.The last model year for this turbo charged straight eight 4 door convertible. A four speed with a 2 speed rear axle. Quite a car. …Continue

Tags: auto, auburn, antique, cars

Car or truck engines

Started by Karl Rose. Last reply by Karl Rose Aug 21. 2 Replies

The title is pretty self explanatory. I see some VERY NICE shots of engines here. So I thought I would open this discussion. I usually know the year and make of the vehicle of the engine I shoot but…Continue

Tags: engines, antique, classic, cars

New Photography site

Started by S. Lloyd Winn. Last reply by Karl Rose Aug 20. 5 Replies

Hello everyone, I'm posting this discussion because I received an email telling me about a new photography site calles  It tells that…Continue

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Comment by Mark Paterson 7 hours ago

Thanks guys really do like the oldies especially when they are in super condition.

Comment by S. Lloyd Winn 7 hours ago

Excellent shots Mark.  Gotta love 'em all man...  

Comment by Karl Rose 10 hours ago

Hi Mark. I really like those images. Especially the 1964 Galaxy 500. Now I have good examples to go by when I go to my Canon RAW editor. I tend to get carried away with saturation.

Comment by Mark Paterson 22 hours ago

I am thinking  a 1934 Ford Roadster

Comment by Mark Paterson 22 hours ago

1964 Galaxy 500

Comment by Mark Paterson 23 hours ago

Here's one I don't see often a 1960 Chrysler 300 drop top, beautiful

Comment by Karl Rose yesterday

Hi Mark. FYI our group leader prefers to be called Steve. I called him Lloyd for quite a while before he let me know. Anyway Mark what you say about the colors makes sense. Do you shoot in RAW? I am starting to shoot 100% in RAW now after shooting jpeg & RAW. I am getting better at my editing but it still needs improvement. The coup looks like a 1940 to me. I shot a similar one and the headlights look the same and it was a 1940. I also like how you managed to get the reflections on the side of the coup. Excellent!!

Comment by Mark Paterson yesterday

Thanks Lloyd I some other from the same little show along the St Claire River in Marine City MI

Comment by S. Lloyd Winn yesterday

Keep up the great work my friend.  I look forward to seeing more photos from you soon...

Comment by Mark Paterson yesterday

Yes Lloyd, I believe that red reacts with the cmos sensor better that most colors allowing for easy saturation, unlike yellow and white, whereby a photographer must be careful not to overexpose but the camera sensor will tend to under expose given the reflective properties of the lighter shades. 


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