Editing Software PaintShop Pro / Photomatix Pro / Topaz Studio
File Format RAW
Notes Used 9 Exposures because car was under a dark shaded canopy with no light. The extra exposures helped give light to the image. Image also straightened. Naturally the Finish Image was cropped from the Original. Cement was cleaned in Paint Shop Pro.
9 Exposure HDR and Single 0 Exposure of a 1932 Duesenberg Model J. Very Rare. Less than three dozen ever built and less than a dozen remain in this pristine condition. Value $1.1 Million dollars. I encourage other members to try and show Before and After images to see how the image was transformed. Click on HDR Button Top right side to see Original and arrows to view at Highest Resolution. Thanks for viewing. Comments always welcomed.
great details, love HDR switch
Superb job Ed for a very expensive car. The before/after is crazy satisfying, same as for yesterday's picture.
@carlo Hello, Carlo. Just want to know if this function "before/after" is avalilable only for Plus members to post?
@jorgehdrbrazil correct Jorge. Just plus members for now.
Love the car but your picture is tilted. Lightroom has a great correction for that.
@franklamica , Thanks for the Early Morning Laugh!
Ed, it's called the Transform Tool and it would fix the problem you have with your car and especially the building behind it being so slanted that it detracts from your photo.
@franklamica , Thanks Frank what an EYE you have. You are so helpful. God Bless You!
Very good photo! Like the sharpness!
With the headlights looking like eyes, that car has personality. Cool cool cool!