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Old Sep 27, 2009, 8:03 PM   #1
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While I was driving around in my neighborhood yesterday, I saw this old Ford pickup truck. This is actually my first official automobile shot using E410. So, I got a lot to learn still, but here it is.

I used the Film effect Filter Cinema-High mode in PhotoScape which was recommended by one of my photo friends.

Taken with E410 & 14-54mm Mark l.



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...........I like the result and subject framing, the filter worked very well IMO.

Nice PICTURE !!!
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That IS a nice pic of a 51 Ford...I have a 51 Merc..so I appreciate the subject...

But well done..
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Old Sep 28, 2009, 8:34 AM   #4
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...........I like the result and subject framing, the filter worked very well IMO.

Nice PICTURE !!!
Thanks Bob!


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That IS a nice pic of a 51 Ford...I have a 51 Merc..so I appreciate the subject...

But well done..
I was wondering what year it was. Thanks littlejohn!

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Here is the original BTW. Not quite sharp though..., but I thought I should post.

ISO 100, 1/200, f/4



Sepia version



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sepia is COOL....

I like the images your camera is giving you...
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sepia is COOL....

I like the images your camera is giving you...
Thanks littlejohn! You might want to try Olympus instead of A230?

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Thanks littlejohn! You might want to try Olympus instead of A230?

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LOL...the thought crossed my mind....but I do think it has a lot to do with the ' button pusher'

Holy crap...I saw that you are a 'Senior member' and then I noted you have 148 posts...I thought wow..you're old LOL...then i saw I was senior too

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