The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Tom davison, Jan 22, 2020.
Man, this one came out nice. The way the sun was coming in that door just to the left of this car washed out the rear quarter of it for me. This looks great! Nicely done Tom.
The light may not have been as bad when I was there I'm guessing. It still gave the tires that blue cast. I should have fixed it in Lightroom. Do you use Lightroom?
Reminds me more of this...
No, I'm just using a free shareware program called Photoscape. It's limited to what it can do. I need to invest in something better.
Adobe's Photoshop/Lightroom package is $11 a month. Lightroom's cataloging and workflow aspects are as good as the adjusting side of it.
Thanks for the great coverage of the show Tom!
Any more shots of this one?!?! Kinda intrigued with what I see.....
Thank you Tom. I really appreciate the photos.
Yes, I’ll get a full car view up.
I missed some cars on Sunday, but being a T guy I dug this one with Offy power. Sorry they are just phone pics.
Thanks for posting. I need to get out there next year.
Great Pic's ! Thank You !
I would not want to be a judge at this show. How can you pick a favorite with sooo many great cars to choose from???
Thanks for all the pics
From Austin, TX, Blake Burwell's '39 Ford and Brian Auderer's '29 "A", The Jewel. Brian drove the car, over 1400 miles, to the show.
Tom, your coverage is excellent! Thanks for the great photos of the wagon!
It is almost impossible to come up with a custom look that hasn't been done somewhere before. This one "knocks it out of the park".
Thanks for sharing the pics, made my week.
1 more car I promise, Rex Winter
Dry n windy Lubbock TX
tom, once again thank you for the pics! wish i could of met you! i had the little orange bantam dragster in the drag display. thanks for the picture!
Thank you Tom as always fantastic pictures. Almost makes you feel like you where there.
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