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By LisaDelp    
Old truck peeking out beside an old barn.

Tags: General Vintage vehicle

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16 Jul 2011 4:24PM
And on its last legs!


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Yes, long past it's glory days.
16 Jul 2011 4:32PM
Nice composition
Thank you! appreciate the feedback.
pablo69 Plus
10 201 6 England
16 Jul 2011 8:44PM
Great composition, I would like to see more contrast in it, also like the b&w conversion suits both well, give the feeling that it is looking at you
kinfatric Plus
13 550 9 Scotland
16 Jul 2011 10:47PM
Its really all about the car so I've taken this opportunity in a mod to edit it in a style I think shows its rustic qualities....a fine image by the way. I wish I could come across opportunities such as this. I've cropped it and used selective colouring, added contrast with the use of curves, sharpened selectively
17 Jul 2011 12:59AM
Thank you both for the modifications and comments. The black and white gives the sense of being really old which goes along with the subject matter. The enhanced color of the truck only makes it really stand out as the subject matter. Thank you, Lisa
banehawi Plus
13 1.7k 3809 Canada
17 Jul 2011 6:08PM
I really like the concept here Lisa, - the old car either looking in from the past, or fading out of the present. the addition of the old door is a nice touch.

Since the car is the focal posint though, I would suggest getting the sharpest focus on the car rather than the door, and having the door a little soft.

The car itself does benefit with both contrast and sharpening, and I would suggest, - to de emphasize the door, both cropping a large part of it out, and applying some blur.

I have loaded this in a mod, - hope this is helpful,


Hi Willie,

thank you! brilliant suggestion and modification. Lisa

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