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Old Jun 16, 2014, 1:44 PM   #1
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Default ....Novacaine - '66 blown Chevy II

A friend has several nice cars ('35 Chevy suicide 2-door, '48 Chevy pickup, '66 Chevy Nova) which he drives and shows in car shows local to our DFW area.

Recently he decided to 'show-board' his cars; I'm doing the photography for the art work.

The 1st car is the '66 Nova, I used the E-P3/FT 9-18 & E-M1/ZD 14-54, natural lighting only.

...... here are a few; click any image to view the gallery














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.....and the proof for the show-board

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There's something special about all these. The light, the tonality... excellent.
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Old Jun 17, 2014, 7:22 AM   #3
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Thank you very much Alan.........
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Hey Bob: You really did good with that project. Excellent photos and good compositions made the shots really enjoyable to view.
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Excellent shots of the Nova Bob.
a High HP Machine
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Old Jun 17, 2014, 4:02 PM   #6
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Thanks Steven and Fred, the Novacaine is truly HIGH HP, detuned it sounds terrific too.
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Bob, those are beautiful, and I really like the size of the images as you posted them here.

As I dug into the shadows in the engine shots, there sure is a lot of beautiful, clean detail to see. The more I look, the better I like.

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Thanks Greg.............

For the engine I used the E-P3 (RAW) with the FT 9-18 ; an amazing combination I normally use for all my car photography.

I split off my engine photos into a separate gallery .... all done with the P3 / ZD9-18 ==> http://tinyurl.com/lkg7ykd for quite amazing results
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Those are great shots Bob and what appears to be from very skilled hands. I'll bet that Nova would set you back in the seat at full throttle.
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