old prison ford 2  

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Uploaded: 11/13/07 11:38 PM GMT
old prison ford 2
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a different perspective and with the color this time. Oh, and that stupid shadow isn't there!


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11/14/07 2:23 AM GMT
I went back to look at the other take and I definitely like this one better. The softer sepia look works very well rather than the harsher black and white :)

♫ 005 PJ ♫

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11/14/07 7:29 AM GMT
An excellent shot. I would try and clone out the window. It can distract from the main focus. Great work my friend.
Did you know that where I am from, Cork in Ireland, Ford had their very first manufacturing site. It closed down in the 80's much to the sadness of the corconian people. Corconia.
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11/14/07 12:42 AM GMT
I, like PJ , have had a look at the original, which I really liked, and think this is better. The softer tones are good and NO pesky shadow! a lovely evocative image.
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11/15/07 5:45 AM GMT
The high contrast in this almost carries it into abstract territory, a cool treatment of a classic. To contra Corconia I'd leave that bug spattered glass right where it is, it tells part of the story, I think. I have no doubt this one is worth far more than the c-index, but there's nothing new in that outcome.
Great shot.
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11/30/08 10:20 AM GMT
I like this a lot, it has a great 'dusty' feel that tells of its age. I'd definitely leave the bug-spattered screen alone; you've taken the original down so I can't compare, but I like the shadows on the ground here and the shapes of the radiator grille and headlamps.
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