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Rainy Day Stacking... 1956 Ford Fairlane Victoria
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Feb 3, 2019 04:19:04   #
Jim Eads
 
1/18 scale die cast model.

Nikon D850 Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 FL FX VR ED N
@102mm f/2.8 1/60 sec. 1000-ISO
Stationary LED flood light
100 individual photos converted to stacked photo with Helicon Focus 7 software. Additional PP done with PSE 7, ON1, NX2, MS PHOTOS,


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Feb 3, 2019 04:57:47   #
joehel2 (a regular here)
 
Beautifully done, Jim.

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Feb 3, 2019 05:59:50   #
GPappy
 
It's a '55 Crown Victoria, with Sunliner roof. Nice.

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Feb 3, 2019 06:37:36   #
kschwegl
 
And "continental" spare. A real classic, still beautiful car after 63 years.
Ken S.

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Feb 3, 2019 08:26:41   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
Wow! That was quite a project! Nice result.

Odd: You have to pay every year for a license. I don't like that idea. Good for some people, but not for me.

https://www.heliconsoft.com/helicon-focus-licenses-paypro/

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Feb 3, 2019 08:55:23   #
jaymatt (a regular here)
 
Gotta love a Crown Vic!
With cars like these around, I could never understand why so many folks were in love with Chevys.

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Feb 3, 2019 11:08:29   #
kpmac (a regular here)
 
Excellent image.

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Feb 3, 2019 11:24:59   #
Jim Eads
 
GPappy wrote:
It's a '55 Crown Victoria, with Sunliner roof. Nice.


Absolutely correct. My error. My friend had a 56 Merc and I confused it with the Ford. My Aunt had a red 55 like this.

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Feb 3, 2019 12:07:42   #
Jim Eads
 
jerryc41 wrote:
Wow! That was quite a project! Nice result.

Odd: You have to pay every year for a license. I don't like that idea. Good for some people, but not for me.

https://www.heliconsoft.com/helicon-focus-licenses-paypro/


Thanks Jerry. I was actually using the trial version to see if I like it. Shopping for stacking software.

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Feb 3, 2019 18:06:26   #
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Feb 4, 2019 07:44:28   #
Jimmy T (a regular here)
 
Jim,
The pic is beautifully done,
but the memories that it brings are wonderful!
Bravo Zulu,
JimmyT Sends
Jim Eads wrote:
1/18 scale die cast model.

Nikon D850 Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 FL FX VR ED N
@102mm f/2.8 1/60 sec. 1000-ISO
Stationary LED flood light
100 individual photos converted to stacked photo with Helicon Focus 7 software. Additional PP done with PSE 7, ON1, NX2, MS PHOTOS,



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Feb 4, 2019 07:52:45   #
Bultaco
 
Nicely done, I was a Mercury fan, 1955.

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Feb 4, 2019 08:04:02   #
motorman
 
Jim Eads wrote:
1/18 scale die cast model.

Nikon D850 Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 FL FX VR ED N
@102mm f/2.8 1/60 sec. 1000-ISO
Stationary LED flood light
100 individual photos converted to stacked photo with Helicon Focus 7 software. Additional PP done with PSE 7, ON1, NX2, MS PHOTOS,





love your shot, makes me want to do some stacking again. I like the control available with helicon focus and remote. Checked on the latest version license and you can still get a life time license.
helicon focus does a fine job https://www.heliconsoft.com/helicon-focus-versions-licensing/

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Feb 4, 2019 08:17:28   #
Bigmike1 (a regular here)
 
That isn't a '56 but a '55 Ford. The '50's model cars were the finest ever built. The designs have never been matched. Up through the 50's I could tell you every model and make of every car just by looking at it. Now I can't tell one from the other.

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Feb 4, 2019 09:24:09   #
Pepsiman
 
Jim Eads wrote:
1/18 scale die cast model.

Nikon D850 Nikkor 70-200 f/2.8 FL FX VR ED N
@102mm f/2.8 1/60 sec. 1000-ISO
Stationary LED flood light
100 individual photos converted to stacked photo with Helicon Focus 7 software. Additional PP done with PSE 7, ON1, NX2, MS PHOTOS,


SORRY to say that it is not a 1966, it is a 1955.

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