Photographer's Note

Repost of my first posting, which - despite all the nice words - didn't come up as I expected (trial and error).

I've taken away the sharpening, as it made all the shiny spots (and there are many) look too big. I've increased the brightness +10, as that’s the only way I know to light up the dark/underexposed areas.

I've re-framed it with an inner, thin black line. And I have resized it with help from my son (who provided me with an update of PS) and the excellent instructions from Adrian and Yuri, in the Tips-Techniques Forum, on how to use the SaveForWeb function - hopefully learning something about the relation quality/size.

This 'object' is found in the rear of Studio Hollywood, a store on Hollywood Blvd selling fake items of all kinds connected to the Hollywood film industry. But it's not really a car – there's nothing behind the steering wheel; no seat; no rear; nothing! There's only enough to make you believe it's a car...

...and that's really Hollywood!!

Critics, tips and comments on the reposting are welcome.

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Additional Photos by Kaj Nordstrom (kajenn) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 539 W: 240 N: 853] (2462)
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