The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Apr 10, 2017.
You are so welcome 39 guy! Thanks for your comments and checking out the thread.
Thanks for pics
You're welcome Jalopy Joker.
You're welcome laidbackluis - glad you found your car's picture.
Thanks for all the great shots . I didn't even see some of these . Great eye . Blue
Thanks Blue and thanks for your likes. I'm glad you are finding something different and enjoying them.
The engine from the 32 B400 I posted earlier.
The nail head from the 1929 Dodge
A very cool banger from a 1929 rpu that I will post soon.
Awesome eye candy
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Thanks a lot waylow64bird. Please subscribe and stay tuned.
Here is the 1929 RPU that goes with the cool old banger in post 165 above.
That Buick was prolly my pick of the weekend.
Are you using Photoshop to do post-production editing? This is a great example. Very nice touch.
Excellent work as always Dan! I tend to hang back for a while so I can observe more pics when I get here - the drawback is, my poor "like" finger is sore now!
It was definitely one of mine too, Jimmy as was the other more finished red 41 Buick up with all the all stars - always liked them. I wish either of them would have been set up so I could have gotten what I consider a decent shot.
Thanks FlyFisher. I'm glad you liked that one. I use Photoshop in combination with a bunch of add ins for most of my images. In this case, I first cleaned up the picture - removed parts of 2 people, got rid of the entry tag on the car. The base image is an HDR combination of 2 images. with an overlay of one of them on top of the HDR version for part of the car to make sure it did not look muddy or show reflections. I then made a toned, lighter B&W version of the whole image using SilverEfex Pro in this case. After that, erased through that so that the car itself is showing in color, although the color is black in this case.
Thanks Dave. I am certainly glad you found the thread and jumped in even now. It is not close to over yet. Since I do have an actual job, I am not getting these done all that fast - certainly not as fast as I would like to.
Thank you Dan for taking the time to post all these excellent pictures. YOU are the best photographer. Bob.................................
Awesome photos Dan! Thanks for sharing!
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