The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Dan Greenberg, Oct 24, 2018.
A very sweet Nomad, indeed, and made all the more sweeter with the Greenberg touch!!!
Thank you Wayne (@Bowtie Coupe) although I don't think I have gotten a really great shot of it. I'm sure that there are many great shots of it since its owner is an accomplished photographer as well. I had fun meeting and talking to him at the event.
1931 Ford - Bobby Hogan
Dan, I sent you a PM.
Dan, any of your so called "not a really great shots" are still way better than most others' "great shots." I do believe I've seen pix of that Nomad before, but I can't remember where or when. It's done in a fantastic style and the color combo really stands out. It must have been great that you got to meet the owner and talk shop with him. Hmm, is that called Photoese or Photolinguistics?
Actually, the main reason I said that Wayne was because I have never captured it in a truly perfect setting, although I have caught a few times and managed decent photo quality from it otherwise.
Brad Lindig's '33 Tudor
1940 Ford - shown with Steve and Mike Adams
1936 Packard - I didn't get a shot of the entry tag for the owners name
1934 Ford Pickup - Billy Hilscher
1941 Chevy Master Deluxe - Kelly and Debbye Fulmer
Dang it! Missed it again!
I graduated in the Cow Palace!
Great pics! Thanks!
Need sheet metal for 47-54 Chevy long wheelbase panel truck.
For the Pel State truck restoration!
You are very welcome @HemiDave.
1929 Ford Model A Roaster Pickup - David Steele
Great pictures Dan.
Great Photos Dan as always
Thank you @engine138
1932 Ford - Danny Burford
Well dadgumit!! As if I didn't secretly wish my 4dr A was a '32 already, this one just pushed me over the edge!
Great pics, wish I could have gone.
@drdave, I'm sure you will create something just as remarkable - eventually
Damn Dan great work as usual. Every time I take a picture I silently ask myself I wonder what Dan Greenberg would do with this shot? As hard as I try they just don't work to your level. One day I am going to be at some show and you are going to be there as well, on that day I am taking lessons.
Thank you @Hombre. If that ever happens, I will be happy to help however I can. Keep in mind also that most of my pictures have been edited and fixed in the computer. The image above had 2 trash cans and some other stuff that I didn't want there, for instance. This one had an overhead wire, a parking block and the next car's shadow removed as well as some selective lightening in front.
1940 Mercury - Lynn Howard
Great pictures Dan. Thank you for sharing.
You're welcome Jim @HarryT ) - thanks!
Mercury Charly built 1926 Ford Mode T - John Tullis
1932 Ford - Brian Vercellino
1963 Dodge A100 - Blaine Goitia
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