My first car was a hand me down Plymouth Valiant station wagon, a real “chick magnet!”
You CAN teach an old dog new tricks! Here are some of my favorites from last weekend. I feel the key to HDR is not over doing it, making the images look more like “cartoons” instead of an expanded dynamic range photograph.
I appreciate the ability to at the flick of a switch go back to my composition of choice, the square. 25 years of shooting Hasselblad will do that to you!
What a great antique fire truck. Fuji X Pro 1 with the brand new 14mm fuji lens, incredible sharpness!
Look at the detail in the floor board area of this truck, it was in deep shadow but salvaged with this technique. I see this as a real life saver in some situations.
One of my favorite images from the weekend. I love the feel of this “kitchen car.”
Not a lot of words this time, just some of the images I was able to take with the help of the Workshop team. Bill, Jim, Snake all made this a weekend to remember. I will do one of these again as soon as I possibly can.
One of the things that made this time extra special was that my son Aaron was able to join us on Saturday. We found this car and thought it was a great place for a portrait together. I love this picture and I love my son. It is incredible shooting together, one of the most enjoyable times I’ve spent behind a camera.