1958 Edsel Corsair

Picture by digicam

  • Houma, LA, USA

  • 2366
  • 11
  • 1
  • December 16, 2019
  • Nikon D800
  • Tokina 11-16
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number 9@1EV
  • Editing Software PaintShop Pro / Photomatix Pro / Topaz Studio / Other
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes Photomatix Fusion-Natural used to process. Topaz Studio 2 to Sharpen and Denoise, Affinity Photo to blur dirty concrete. Paint Shop Pro to resize and crop.
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16 Dec 13:52

View HDR Switch Mode for 0 EV and Arrows Top Right to view at Highest Resolution. Thanks for viewing.

16 Dec 15:47

You brought that sky to life. A huge difference from the non hdr look. And an Edsel!! Not too many of those around!

16 Dec 16:09

Nice work Ed. Nice "ED"sel.

16 Dec 17:49

This is beautiful Ed.

16 Dec 18:31

Big difference with the uprocessed image. Sky is amaizing. Very nice indeed.

16 Dec 18:43

very nice

16 Dec 20:58

@steve_zasadny , I do a lot of car shows and that is the Firstone I've seen in several years. It has the Rotating Floating Speedometer and the Push Button Shift on the steering wheel. I took a quick shot of the wheel but hadn't had time to process it. I took over 1600 shots in a 6 hour period of probably 16 -18 cars and 2 Bikes. All 7 exposure shots at differant angles inside a building. Not the best place to shoot classic cars.

16 Dec 20:58

@flipd1 , Thanks Phil. No Pun intended ....Right? LOL.

16 Dec 20:59

@dmitry , Thanks buddy glad you like it.

16 Dec 20:59

@yogi , Thanks!

16 Dec 21:00

@carlo , Thanks Carlo, glad you approve.....Much Appreciated!

Updated 16 Dec 21:17

@digicam The indoor shots are difficult indeed. I had to shoot the Bloomington Gold Show indoors ( Corvette extravaganza in Indianapolis Speedway ) for the past four or five years. Usually about 110 plus HDRs each year. I think I had the cover for Vette Views magazine at least four times and a spread inside too. They go under my wife’s name. They think she’s doing it haha. But that many is a pain for me to get done on a schedule. I’d like to see those interior shots when you get done. I gotta see that speedometer. I can’t remember that. I was ten years old riding a bicycle at that time.

16 Dec 22:00

Very nice ...Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year

16 Dec 23:22

The two proud owners look great. Ed I always find HDR with people so difficult.

17 Dec 12:23

@paul_daylight , Thanks Paul. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to You and Yours as Well.

17 Dec 12:25

@josephc , thanks for the view and comment Joe. As far as HDR people the Key is not to push the Processing and use a Natural setting. Otherwise people come out looking like Paintings or Cartoons.

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