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cars of yesteryear

By williamsloan
the owner told me he brought this from Canada.the green is original paint the black was repainted

Tags: Transport

Voters: HazardousCity, jdinne, gwynn56 and 7 more

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mhfore 11 6 176 England
21 Jun 2012 2:59PM
Hi Billy,

I like this shot, you've taken it from a good angle and for me the crop is just tight enough.

Billy there are some reflections in the side of the car that can be brought out by using your "Shadows/highlights" adjuster. In elements you will find this option by going to "Enhance" > "Adjust Lighting" > "Shadow/Highlights", make sure you tick the box for all the options.

I've possibly overdone it in the mod slightly but it will show you the reflection in the car which can be enhanced.

Take care

p.s, sorry about removing yesterdays upload, I should not have posted it in the first place, something was not right with it. Grin

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banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3880 Canada
21 Jun 2012 5:16PM
Its a very good shot Billy, and it is from Canada, the Province of Ontario from where Im writing this. This seems to be an area where you do well, - perhaps avoid landscapes and go for closer shots?

Im not sure what type of car it it, - do you know?

I agree with Martin except for the mod, which is not enhancing the highlights, but rather lifting the shadow detail. What you normally need in a shot like this is to reduce the highlights, - but not in this case, theyre fine.

I would leave it as it is, that deep green is nice. Apologies Martin, I know you mentioned you may have overdone the effect. I would love to see a feature that allows for the removal and replacement of a mod, so I will bring that up to the Critique team.


Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2012 11:12PM
Gosh Billy if you're confused, don't worry I am too.
Not sure what we should do with reflections in these images.
Anyway great old car.
So much more stylish than today's sleek models.

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