A couple of years ago, a photographer took a shot of my Flivver at a car show. _
He retouched the heck out of it and somehow put it on a grassy background. _
I just thought it was a really nice piece of artwork.
What a great pic. Tim
It is amazing what can be done. Thanks for showing it.
Your RR wheel looks like the one on my '13. I was too lazy to paint the extra one I had, so put it on natural. Some day I'll paint it!
That is a very nice photo. I wonder if he could make me look any better?
Hey Bob, Here's a tip for ya about your cool $$$$ mirrors that I learned. The ribbed metal that is stamped makes it extra Very thin at the ribs and will easily crack and fall off when your driving or if someone happens to bump it or maybe your adjusting it.
I took mine apart and coated the inside of the back side with some epoxy to give it extra strength, so far so good. I had two that broke one that Kirk Peterson caught when he was riding with me on a tour at Yuma, Az.
Very nice picture
Great picture, The reflections in your shiny paint still show the "Ghost" spectators
Looks like a Chariot for the God's
nice photo thanks
Bob I was just looking at your profile, A Navion WOW My Dad had one.
Thanks for the kind responses, gang.
Gene, I think I'm going to go with your recommendation.
John, I left you a private message about the Navion that was too O.T. to bore the gang with here.
Bob, a buddy of mine has a Navion. I have several hours in it. I always pretended I was in a P51. Really nice airplane and fun to fly. Oh, nice picture too.
Here is a picture of Black Betty that a friend made for me using similar software to Bob's.
Nice photo Roy
Isn't it amazing how many colors you can find in a shiny black finish?
Years ago Eastman Kodak Company made a decision to engineer the colors in their "chromogenic" color prints with brighter than real life hues. They reasoned that the average person would like these intensified colors as what they remembered of the real scene rather than the actual colors of the scene. These became known a "memory" colors. The current trend to overwork the colors and manipulate the subject of digital images in photoshop or by other digital means reminds me of the memory colors.