orrie smith wrote:
A few from the mid 50's
Outstanding photos of some awesome cars! Share more
They are all great, love the straight axel gassers. Enjoyed it!!
Great shots. Wish I was there
I like the 50s cars but not photogenic with the hoods up.
Beautiful set, Orrie. It brought back a lot of memories; I learned how to drive in a ‘55 Buick Century like photo #3, except mine was black and was not fuel injected. Thanks for sharing them.
Nice cars, but I much prefer STOCK restorations.
Nice set. They crammed way too many cars way too close together. I hated all of those rope and tape barriers. I finally gave up shooting. My neighbor had his 67 goat there and it took 1st in his class.
Great set. Like showing off the engines
... nice set ... thanks for sharing ... first time I've can remember seeing a straight axle Buick!
Don't offer see a Buick gasser.
Very rare to see a Buick all souped-up like in a sea of Chevys.......good day for you. !!!!
Your third is best for me, but every one has their own style. If you choose the yellow cast and HDR look then disregard my comments...
For me when in Photoshop editing, I first set to the curves to "lights and darks" for the auto mode choice. That will give you a best starting point in everything.
When you shoot indoors, chose a K value of 5000 or less, but shoot everything at that setting and not auto white balance. Just shoot and chose the best look on site.
Being consistent is most important for any series, or printing something like a magazine article.
(Editor/ photographer Motor Trend Group, Refuel, AMCAR and photographer/ journalist/ freelance)