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Great olive224 2013-06-21 3:33

Hello ;)
J'aime beaucoup ce style d'image "prises sur le vif"
Tu devais tre au ras du sol et cela donne un dynamisme incontestable l'image
De plus le soleil l'horizon donne des ombres superbes sur le bitume et surtout, l'attitude de la femme et notamment sa main est un vrai plus !!

J'aime beaucoup ;)
Cordialemennt,
Olivier

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Old 06-21-2013, 02:00 PM
EstudioChispa EstudioChispa is offline
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Talking To jcpix: Look at the WS

Thanks, Jason! This styling was so extravagant that in hindsight it speaks as much to American culture of the 1950s as to automotive design. And it was cool that -- while this was a top-of-the-line Chevy -- it was a Chevy, the least expensive brand in GM's line-up. I feel like an old fart when I hear myself say, "They don't build 'em like that anymore." Add in the mystique of Route 66 (this car show was in Old Town Albuquerque, on the original route) and hopefully we have an image that will speak to people in many ways about times gone by.

I chuckled at your great "takes us for a ride" pun -- it's a very kind comment and very cleverly put!

I was completely flabbergasted by the detail that was in the raw file, so I have posted a WS today showing how the image looked "originally." Like I said in the WS note, I have never seen such a dramatic example of hidden detail. Using the DODGE tool felt like wiping off soot -- with every pass, more color and definition emerged. CRAZY!

All my best,

Russ
Austin, Texas
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