From the camera of Alex Tremulis...
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balinwire wrote: IMAGE
Do you notice the perspective in the shot? Fine automotive art.
He seems to tell the story with the filling station framed in the background and all the activity.
I almost want to go in the Phillips and get a cold soda.
The Duesenberg automobile of this stature would usually be photographed alone from the side and try to cut off all other objects, including people.
And Mrs Jones red coat, WOW that is incredible kodachrome color, or a very good scanner, and the gloves, It is breathtaking. Just like being there.
P.S. With the overcast lighting, he must have used a light meter or known about a f-stop setting, and color film must have been more costly than B&W.
Great Photo... think that will be a mission of mine; make sure most of my photos tell stories. Now-a-days it's all about RAW files and Photoshop. CS5
Steve Derus wrote: what catches my eye about the L-29 photo is the way the car seems to have been deliberately "posed" with the front wheels turned sharp right, which to me seems to enhance the low stance of the car.
Can't help but wonder though, why the car wasn't moved away from the phone pole in the background.
It often happens to me... great car, great shot expect for that one annoying telephone pole or green trash can in the park or etc.... however like I said - Thanks to whomever made photoshop
Oh... Kenny! When the L-29 Returns to Auburn we need to take shome shots with turned wheels
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Thanks for posting all of these wonderful pictures Steve. Just think, hopefully, forty or fifty years from now, someone will be looking at and enjoying all of the pictures that David Turner and John Fredericks snap over a Reunion weekend, "flaws" and all! I hope they include pictures of people just like Alex's photos, because the people are the heart of this club.
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