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Event Coverage Gnrs 2014

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. LOCO_LOUIE
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  6. Fannnnnnnnntastic shots Tom!! Thanks for sharing your art with us who couldn't make the GNRS. :)
     
  7. LOCO_LOUIE
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    Nice Pics Tom. Not trying to Hi jack your thread, just thought I would share.
     
  9. Thankyou for the great shots , that is one show I would like to see !!
     
  10. Flat-Foot
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    These are great. Are these both long exposures? The lighting on Lucky's roadster looks great.
     
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  11. Tom davison
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    Flat foot, the "A" was exposed for 1/350 at @2.8. The Riv was 1/15 @ 6.7.


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  12. Tom davison
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    Totally fantastic, Tom! But I expected nothing less. Looking forward to seeing all the rest.
     
  14. CalGasser
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    Here ya go from my point & shoot... Lots of nice touches on this ride! Thanks for posting the photos Tom, great shots! :cool:
     

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  15. hershambob
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    love the 60 f100
     
  16. Flat-Foot
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    Thanks Tom!

    Posted using the Full Custom H.A.M.B. App!
     
  17. Tom davison
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    A real, or a faux "survivor" Nomad……you be the judge.

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    Closeup of paint. Count the layers!
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    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.
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  19. Tom davison
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    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!
     
  20. 49ratfink
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    I would have to remove the "Toyota" in that sign and change it to Buick.

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  21. Tom davison
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    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.
     
  22. Stu D Baker
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    Tom:

    As always, thanks for your terrific photo journal. Your distinctive style is wonderful. Stu
     
  23. Tom davison
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    Best of Show, Suede Palace
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  24. 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.
     
  25. Roger O'Dell
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    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)
     
  26. Tom davison
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  28. 50Fraud
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    Thanks, Tom.
     
  29. Thanks for the great pics, I love your work .
     
  30. Awesome photos, Tom, thanks for the trained eye and skill.

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