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    Digital Toast
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    There aren't bad photo's.....well kind of

    This morning before I set out to work on my commute I took a few pics of my Redline leaning against my car. The light was crappy but I took the pictures anyhow. I took a look at them after I got to work and it was what I thought. Pretty crappy pic's. I really like the setting thou, so I set to work on it. I think it came out pretty good. Hence the title. If you have a bit of resolution, and a well thought out picture. Even if it's badly shot it can still be salvaged. I'm not saying you can take a poorly composed photo and make it great. I just think you can take a well composed, poorly shot photo and make it great. See what you think....

    First is the shot taken with my crappy point and shoot this morning. Second is the heavily photoshopped version.
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    Did you park your car too close to a golf course?
    I like the B&W shot.

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    What you see here is a good example of a western Nebraska car. This is a prime example of what a car looks like after going thru many hail storms in the past couple years. I bought the car at a deep deep discount after a hail storm hit the dealership. I don't really care what it looks like on the outside as long as it gets me to the trails comfortably and gets good gas mileage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock dude View Post
    Did you park your car too close to a golf course?
    I like the B&W shot.
    It sure helps gas mileage though.

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    OP, I think it's a great image, I like the added depth effect with the selective blurring and sharpening.
    Making the smack track baby.

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    Nice pics!

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    nicely done

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    The way you edited and blurred the second pic is very nice. I like it a lot!

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