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Old Oct 31, 2010, 5:23 PM   #1
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I almost didn't post this one because it was so blown out but, after a bit of PP, I thought it was worth sharing.
1915 Center door Model T Ford.

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Old Oct 31, 2010, 5:31 PM   #2
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I thought it could use a crop from 8x12 down to 8x10
what do you think?
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I agree with the crop. I don't know how much this particular T is worth... but forum members might be surprised how inexpensive T's can be to buy and maintain - in good running condition as well. Lots of support from fellow enthusiasts as well.
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Well, I have $42.72 CI get one for that?
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I like the crop. Your shot lost nothing by eliminating some blank sky, and some grass in the foreground.

You must have had a great day (or was it several days?) at that antique car show. You've shown us so many interesting and very nicely restored old cars.
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Great recovery of the photo, and agree with the crop - makes a more dynamic picture.
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Old Nov 2, 2010, 1:21 PM   #7
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Thank you Ted and Mole.
I appreciate the conformation on the crop.

Ted, we were there only about 4 hours and only covered about half the show.
I was running around like a headless chicken!
There were many more vehicles to shoot but, the bright sun and warm weather just wore us out. next year I hope to cover it better and will probably take all three days to get the best shots I can.
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