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Some Photos from Kumeu New Zealand

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by tanalised, Jan 26, 2012.

  1. tanalised
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  2. tanalised
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  3. Thanks Tanalised, you take a great pic. Ill have to get up there one year soon, but the longer i leave it, the better the show becomes. ;):D
     
  4. draggler
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    Many thanks!
    You fellas have some sweet iron down over there!
     

  5. Awesome, thanks for sharing!
     
  6. fleetside66
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    Does New Zealand have more hot rods per capita than an other country in the world? It sure seems that way. Amazing pics of some very tradition rides. Keep them coming...it nice to see some current "summer" shots.
     
  7. Beautiful shots, beautiful cars! :cool: I think there's still a tendency to think of the Hot Rod as a strictly American invention. But it's still amazing to me, and a bit humbling, to see just how well the Kiwis, Aussies, Swedes, Brits, French, Germans and others around the world "get it"! :D It just seems to be one of those universal concepts.

    Thanks for sharing the pics. This whole interweb thing might catch on someday if they ever get all the bugs worked out! :rolleyes:
     
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  8. tanalised
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    yeh...i think we do.
    I'll post some more soon. AL
     
  9. aircap
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    Great pix - thanks for posting!
     
  10. 53Hattie
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    Very nice indeed, I particularly like the second one, would love to have a copy framed!
     
  11. tanalised
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    I could probably accommodate that request through imagekind.com. PM if you are really keen
     
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  14. I have to get over there for an event plus a swap meet one day.
    Maybe we should have like an East vs West type deal between Aussies and Kiwis :) That would be fun.
     
  15. Roscoe7
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    A quality weekend, 15,000 people, simply awesome. Apologies in advance for the quality and any double ups.
    1.jpg 2.jpg 3.jpg 4.jpg 4.5.jpg 5.jpg 6.jpg
     
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    Last lot for the moment
    49.jpg 50.jpg 51.jpg 52.jpg
     
  23. Model A John
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  24. Wow... That line up shot with the hemi coupe in the middle just made my day... Better than coffee at 7:30am
     
  25. tanalised
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    awesome Roscoe. Looks like you got around to many parts I didn't. I think you would need a week to explore the whole thing thoroughly.
    C'mon Kiwis; any more photos of this must do event on the Enzed HR calendar.
     
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  26. ytt49
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    great pics looks like a real good turn out.
    thanks guys for the pics
     
  27. tanalised
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    Heres a sample of a real lo-fi series of photos I made; I will post rest on my Flickr site soon enuf:
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    27 ttv by tanalised, on Flickr
    This uses technique known as TTV or Through The Viewfinder, where I am shooting onto the top of an old Kodak Duaflex, & thru the viewing lens out the front
     
    Last edited: Jan 29, 2012
  28. Firefly
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    Tanalised - thanks for posting the pics .... nice surprise to see my ole '34 in there
     
  29. TheLogLady
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  30. OMG! :eek: I can't prove it, but you may be a flippin' GENIUS! I've got an old Duaflex IV and an Argus Seventy-Five and now I'm dying to give this technique a try. :cool: Was this pretty much straight from the camera or have you got sone other editing going on?

    If you haven't tried it yet, you might enjoy a free download of the Poladroid software.

    http://www.poladroid.net/

    Thanx again for the pics and the great tip!
     
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