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capto Plus
5 5.0k 8 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2013 4:28PM
Excellent mono. It'll take more than photoshop to fix that.WinkSmile


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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2013 5:49PM
A great find a great image, so very well suited to monochrome

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
Griff2012 5 363 1 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2013 7:37PM
It's metamorphosed into a beetle! Wink
widtink 5 406 2 Scotland
22 Sep 2013 7:51PM
Needs a wee touch up pal Tongue

ErictheViking 5 124 102 Scotland
22 Sep 2013 8:34PM
Thanks all fur your comments.

A touch up Rod ...... think you've finished that bottle o fire water before yea looked at this WinkWinkWinkWink
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 150 16 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2013 7:00AM
A rust bucket if ever there was one, Great spot and captureSmile

Nigeve1 Plus
4 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2013 8:41AM
Cracking image of this decaying lorry and excellent title. Have not seen one of these for years; so ubiquitous on our roads thirty years ago, very charecteristic corner windows on the cab.
ErictheViking 5 124 102 Scotland
23 Sep 2013 6:04PM
Think your being generous there Nigel, these lorries were around about 50yrs ago. I drove a very elderly version of this type about 20yrs ago as a charity bus for Headway.

For rust bucket Cliff just put "BL"

iancrowson Plus
7 211 146 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2013 10:59AM
Good photography. You seem to be trying different makes of film in your last posts. Was this with a Cannon 35mm?
ErictheViking 5 124 102 Scotland
3 Nov 2013 11:16AM
Hi Ian
This was taken with a 35mm film version of a bridge camera called a Konica Aiborg. It was Konica's answer to the award winning Olympus AZ300 (which I also have). I was trying it out to check picture quality and lens contrast.

I've sice gone back and taken other images with my Bronica 120mm so will ppost those sometime as a comparison. If you're interested the Olympus is still the better camera, but the Konica is quirky.

Just needs some t-cut and a little t.l.c. to be good as new! actually, it is probably more reliable now than when straight off the production line! its a good job the owner is a member of the R.A.C. so they get a free lift home!.................great mono, Mr. V. lovely contrast and detail. interesting to see the modifications time and weather has affected.......................phil Grin

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