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Old Jun 23, 2013, 11:09 AM   #1
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Default It was HOT out there but.............

I went anyway and the crowd was fantastic, a bunch of new 'shows' every Friday night make this a must do for me with the E-P3 and FT 9-18mm

....an old friend, I finally got some clear views of the car




....a nice custom '51






....the young man who owns this project is a high school student, he does something each week, last week was the door signage.


Not every car there is pretty






.....but most are


Nova SS ('66 or '67), anyway it is pretty and well done


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that 51 custom is really sweet, great paint job and you did a great job capturing it too.
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Really interesting car art and just great captures. Really love how you have brought out the hot orange of the Nova SS, though I cannot recall seeing that colour out of the dealers up in Canada -- too bad!
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Another series of winning shots Bob. Love your car shots; keep'em coming.
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You are the best when it comes to car photography. You never fail to impress.
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The lines, paint job, everything about the '51 custom, is beautiful.
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....thanks y'all for the very nice comments

I really enjoy doing the cars and like sharing the images showing how well the E-P3, VF-2 and FT 9-18 lens work together.

Mostly, it is the VF-2 that allows my style for photographing the cars in such crowded space, kinda tough on my old knees but worth the couple days recovery (lol).
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Gotta agree about the VF-2 and all the follow-ups. it is a great peace of kit with the flip-up ability. Could not attempt some cathedral ceiling shots without it
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