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My Mid LIfe Crisis Car
My Mid LIfe Crisis Car
JulietNN


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Collection: My Family
Location: My garage
Aperture: 2
Shutter: 15 seconds
Galleries: Vintage, Transportation
Date Uploaded: Jan 6, 2008

Viewed: 951
Comments: 5
Favorites: 1 (view)

1976.5 MGB, fully restored by myself and my Dad. This was shot in my garage, with a flashlight and brown paper envelope!

Came out well!

This editing would fall under minimal nowadays!

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02/22/2009 12:04:49 AM
I like what you did here. I have a soft-spot of MG's. In college I bought an early 70's MG Midget (British green with a gold stripe down each side). I fixed it up a bit and had a blast!
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01/24/2008 03:37:11 PM
Originally posted by mark_u_U:

Cool! Like the lighting, like how the smoke turns out. Seems a bit noisy, but doesn't bother me too much. Would have liked to see a slightly deeper dof though.

Overall, great still.


The smoke is actually a flashlight in a cone shape and shone at the camera. LOL, The depth of field, at that point, I didnt have the remote for teh camera and only had 20 seconds to do it in.

What do you mean about the noise???
01/24/2008 02:19:19 PM
Cool! Like the lighting, like how the smoke turns out. Seems a bit noisy, but doesn't bother me too much. Would have liked to see a slightly deeper dof though.

Overall, great still.
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01/19/2008 11:43:27 PM
Mid-life crisis at 35? Or your Dad's? Interesting shot.......I'd love to see more of the car. Oh....a little endeavor of mine:
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01/12/2008 09:45:07 PM
This is really cool. I'm intrigued by your technique; I'd never heard of it before reading your profile. Anyway, I like this very much, especially the fact that you can so clearly read "Michelin" on the tire.
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