The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 23, 2014.
Fannnnnnnnntastic shots Tom!! Thanks for sharing your art with us who couldn't make the GNRS.
Nice Pics Tom. Not trying to Hi jack your thread, just thought I would share.
Thankyou for the great shots , that is one show I would like to see !!
These are great. Are these both long exposures? The lighting on Lucky's roadster looks great.
Flat foot, the "A" was exposed for 1/350 at @2.8. The Riv was 1/15 @ 6.7.
Totally fantastic, Tom! But I expected nothing less. Looking forward to seeing all the rest.
Here ya go from my point & shoot... Lots of nice touches on this ride! Thanks for posting the photos Tom, great shots!
love the 60 f100
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A real, or a faux "survivor" Nomad
you be the judge.
Closeup of paint. Count the layers!
The story I got was that it was his Dad's car, which sat outside unprotected for the past 9 years. Judging by the style of the flames, the paint must be at least 30-40 years old.
Here's the front of the '39 sedan. It's my dad's car that I designed for him.
Thanks; that's better than my shot, which needed a lot of editing. That's a great look you came up for your Dad, the stance is what did it for me!
I would have to remove the "Toyota" in that sign and change it to Buick.
49ratfink, yeah, great idea.
Problem is, I have another 3000 shots yet to edit. Hahahah
I should have just gotten rid of it, but it does sort of establish a sense of the place. Distracting, though.
The other shot of the car I subsequently posted, with the sunset, is a much better shot.
As always, thanks for your terrific photo journal. Your distinctive style is wonderful. Stu
Best of Show, Suede Palace
Tom, you always take great pics but you know that. This has been a great time to be alive because there is something for everybody. Thank you, Tom.
His Dad was Walt Prey a well known stripper in socal My 49 merc was done by him. I talked to him at the show, meant to get a "T" shirt from him but got busy. Roger (That is his dads car)
Thanks for the great pics, I love your work .
Awesome photos, Tom, thanks for the trained eye and skill.
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