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Old Mar 14, 2016, 6:02 AM   #1
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Photo of a 1956 (I think? I'm sure some of my fellow US Olympus photographers will know) Ford F-100. Shot in RAW added Dramatic Tone Art Filter in Olympus Viewer 3, then Photoshopped out car left side, flag,trees in background, hand right hand side & power lines above shed roof. Please excuse my PS skills.





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That's one beautiful old truck. Classic lines and well done.
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That's one beautiful old truck. Classic lines and well done.
I agree. And an excellent job in cloning out all the other clutter. Good job.
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Very nice shot Tom,

This picture dragged me 40 years ago when my father bought an old Ford F-100, it was fun to have a ride in the trunk.

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Yes, very nice job for sure and the truck is definitely a classic.
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that's a beauty and well captured, I think you did just fine with the photoshop too
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The '56 is the only one that has the windshield pillars that stand straight up. The '53 to '55 slant back. The '57 is entirely different. That's a '56, and I use Panasonic, not Olympus.
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Excellent shot of a beautiful truck
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The '56 is the only one that has the windshield pillars that stand straight up. The '53 to '55 slant back. The '57 is entirely different. That's a '56, and I use Panasonic, not Olympus.
Thanks for that thought it was with the straight pillars. Had a couple Panasonic cameras still have an LX-5 great little camera.
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That's one beautiful old truck. Classic lines and well done.
Thanks Greg.


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I agree. And an excellent job in cloning out all the other clutter. Good job.
Thanks a lot Steven


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Very nice shot Tom,

This picture dragged me 40 years ago when my father bought an old Ford F-100, it was fun to have a ride in the trunk.

Marcelo
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Yes, very nice job for sure and the truck is definitely a classic.
Thank You James


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that's a beauty and well captured, I think you did just fine with the photoshop too
Thanks for the comment ramcewan. Get by in Photoshop but I'm no expert.


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Excellent shot of a beautiful truck
Thanks Fred, it sure is a nice looking truck.
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