1958 Edsel Corsair
- December 16, 2019
- Shooting Style Tripod
- Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
- Exposures Number 9@1EV
- Editing Software PaintShop Pro / Photomatix Pro / Topaz Studio / Other
- File Format RAW
- Notes Photomatix Fusion-Natural used to process. Topaz Studio 2 to Sharpen and Denoise, Affinity Photo to blur dirty concrete. Paint Shop Pro to resize and crop.
View HDR Switch Mode for 0 EV and Arrows Top Right to view at Highest Resolution. Thanks for viewing.
You brought that sky to life. A huge difference from the non hdr look. And an Edsel!! Not too many of those around!
Nice work Ed. Nice "ED"sel.
This is beautiful Ed.
Big difference with the uprocessed image. Sky is amaizing. Very nice indeed.
@steve_zasadny , I do a lot of car shows and that is the Firstone I've seen in several years. It has the Rotating Floating Speedometer and the Push Button Shift on the steering wheel. I took a quick shot of the wheel but hadn't had time to process it. I took over 1600 shots in a 6 hour period of probably 16 -18 cars and 2 Bikes. All 7 exposure shots at differant angles inside a building. Not the best place to shoot classic cars.
@flipd1 , Thanks Phil. No Pun intended ....Right? LOL.
@dmitry , Thanks buddy glad you like it.
@yogi , Thanks!
@carlo , Thanks Carlo, glad you approve.....Much Appreciated!
@digicam The indoor shots are difficult indeed. I had to shoot the Bloomington Gold Show indoors ( Corvette extravaganza in Indianapolis Speedway ) for the past four or five years. Usually about 110 plus HDRs each year. I think I had the cover for Vette Views magazine at least four times and a spread inside too. They go under my wife’s name. They think she’s doing it haha. But that many is a pain for me to get done on a schedule. I’d like to see those interior shots when you get done. I gotta see that speedometer. I can’t remember that. I was ten years old riding a bicycle at that time.
Very nice ...Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year
The two proud owners look great. Ed I always find HDR with people so difficult.
@paul_daylight , Thanks Paul. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to You and Yours as Well.
@josephc , thanks for the view and comment Joe. As far as HDR people the Key is not to push the Processing and use a Natural setting. Otherwise people come out looking like Paintings or Cartoons.