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ps. Neil, I really liked the limo. Its got Style

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De Dion-Bouton touring car, 1909


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Indicator of De Dion-Bouton touring car, 1909


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Spotted on top of a house boat in Amsterdam. Avoiding the high parking fees?        

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Mercedes 300SL "Gullwing"



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Not really a car, but I don't think we want to start a "Vintage Tractor" thread.

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A vintage car participating La Corsa di Alcide 2018 passing Chiusdino in Tuscany, Italy


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Great shot of that vintage MG. Love the B&W that's so fitting for the subject.
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Hi Hendrick,

Great shot! Sharp at the grille and lights and blending into a nicely diffsed cockpit area creating a sweeping effect so fitting for the corner. This is a really fine image of thus subject in context and the conversion to a monotone image (though not a B&W form 'of the day' - never mind) just adds to the whole style and feel of the image.

Well done and thanks for sharing this with us.

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Excellent shot Hendrick !
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jumbolino67 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 October 2020 at 00:23
Thank you very much for yuor nice comments.

Originally posted by owenn01 owenn01 wrote:

...(though not a B&W form 'of the day' - never mind) just adds to the whole style and feel of the image.

Here I unfortunately do not understand the expression: though not a B&W form 'of the day'. Just out of curiosity, what does that mean?

Well, my intention was to add a kind of Sepia toning to this picture. Maybe I didn't hit the right color tone, added too much Margenta?

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Post Options Post Options   Quote owenn01 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 October 2020 at 10:22
Hi Hedrick,

Sorry for the confusion! The phrase was meant to reflect (as you've now mentioned) that it is neither a 'true' monochrome nor a sepia toned shot that would have been more typical of the era of the car - to me, this looks more like a Selenium toned shot which have that slightly more magenta/blue (think like a steel-like look) tone as I think this shot has. It's no big issue but I think a 'true' B&W look would have been good to see, especially as there is nothing else in the image that takes it out of period.

All that said, it is still a great shot and full of motion and look - great placing for you as the photographer to get this particular image.

I hope that helps explain my comment and apologies again for any confusion.

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