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Old School Ride

By davidburleson    
This is a heavily manipulated photo of a dash board from another classic car. I have applied a whole lot of stuff to it to try to give it a retro-ish feel.

Let me know what you think.

Tags: Transport Retro Close-up and macro Digitally manipulated Dash Classic car Old school

Voters: rpba18205, jammbulator, Kevstar and 8 more


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8 Nov 2010 8:31PM
beautiful old cars. just love them Smile just more stylish

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8 Nov 2010 9:00PM
Sorry David but I just love the original. A vote for V2.
Rob
davidburleson Plus
10 3.0k 3 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2010 9:08PM

Quote:Sorry David but I just love the original. A vote for V2.
Rob



Hey, no worries. Just glad you like either one Smile
8 Nov 2010 9:11PM
you got retro dude.
very nice
Pete Plus
15 18.8k 96 England
9 Nov 2010 9:59AM
I like the cross processed style tone on the new one but the way you've blurred the left dial and made it brighter makes it become more prominent and ineffective. In the original that was clear but more subtle in the shot. I like the idea of putting focus to the centre speed gauge so I'd tone down the left dial, while keeping it blurred.
davidburleson Plus
10 3.0k 3 United Kingdom
9 Nov 2010 10:19AM

Quote:I like the cross processed style tone on the new one but the way you've blurred the left dial and made it brighter makes it become more prominent and ineffective. In the original that was clear but more subtle in the shot. I like the idea of putting focus to the centre speed gauge so I'd tone down the left dial, while keeping it blurred.


Thanks for the input Pete. While adding the over exposure on the left I was thinking that someone might say something along those lines. But hey, I thought I would give it a go and see. I felt it gave it a very inperfect style. But not something I would have normally done. Experimentation Smile
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3558 Canada
9 Nov 2010 5:21PM
I like it. The effect youve used work well, and would have the same suggestion as Pete.


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ren 6 11 United Kingdom
19 Nov 2010 11:29AM
beautiful work. really love the porcesseed one then clicked on he orriginal and cant decide. they are both really great pictures. I can see the orriginal version in magazines for old cars. the new version is more jazzy and creative. ok Im decided : love both.
Strobe 9 1.3k United States
5 Jan 2011 9:02PM
I agree about the cross processing, it works well with this composition. Reminds me of an Album cover for some southern rock band
27 Jan 2011 8:49AM
love this!

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