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    Talking about car pics.
    Here I've also got some from a classic car event held yesterday in my hometown. Shot them with my E- P Lite 3 that I purchased just on Saturday and wanted to give the often criticised kit lens the opportunity to delive. And in consideration of the difficult and changeable light conditions I think it delivered rather well. Nothing special, no amazing PP - just a few nice cars.

    Let's start with a wonderful Buick - I always loved gaz guzzlers and Buick used to be my favourite brand since I was little boy and saw my first pictures of American cars.


    Buick 1 von don_parrot auf Flickr


    Buick 2 von don_parrot auf Flickr

    Did I mention that I love Buicks?


    Noch'n Buick 1 von don_parrot auf Flickr


    Noch'n Buick 2 von don_parrot auf Flickr

    And what about this brillantly maintained...

    XK 120 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    Jag XK 120?

    Of course, a classic car event isn't a classic car event without a Cobra, ain't it?


    Cobra 1 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    There you go!

    Then we've got the German answer to the original T-Bird, a car probably most of you non-Germans never have heard of: The DKW 1000 SP.


    1000 SP 1 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    It's a tiny car...


    1000 SP 4 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    ...much shorter and smaller than the T-Bird...


    1000 SP 3 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    ...but I think they did a great job and the proportions are absolutely right.
    A gorgeous looking little coupe, isn't it?

    And last but not least a one-copy car...


    Autobahnkurier 3 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    ...the Autobahnkurier. It was designed and built somewhen in the last decade by a retired automotive engineer living in my hometown...


    Autobahnkurier 1 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    ...and while I have to admit that it isn't exactly what I'd call a beauty...


    Autobahnkurier 2 von don_parrot auf Flickr
    ...it's a true eye-catcher. Hey, it's a monster with a length of estimated more than six metres.

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    Nice set, Don. We had a car show locally here in Langley, BC, on Saturday.

    Here's a few with the G1 and 100-300mm lens. (Click for larger images.)

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    As you can see, my approach is more details. I find this works for me, especially when I'm at a venue as crowded as a car show!

    More at my website.

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    @ Don; Great car show series. I love that Buick: a 54 I am thinking.

    @ Simon; lovely details and the colors really pop. My favorite is the knucklehead.

    Keep them coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonclivehughes View Post
    Nice set, Don. We had a car show locally here in Langley, BC, on Saturday.

    Here's a few with the G1 and 100-300mm lens. (Click for larger images.)
    thanks, Simon - and really lovely details indeed.
    Probably the better approach with all the people around the cars. But then,
    I just love the shapes of old cars and in addition, I wanted to start getting to grips with my new E-P Lite 3.

    But your shots certainly have inspired me and I also will have a try at details, somewhen in the near future.

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    @Don
    I see Braunschweig, Hannover, Peine. where did it take place ??
    Hätte ich davon gewusst, wäre ich dabei gewesen und Du hättest die EP3 mit 12mm f2 und mFT Summilux testen können.

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    @ Don; Great car show series. I love that Buick: a 54 I am thinking.
    Paul
    Thanks, Paul. We are talking about the second one, aren't we? The big wings of the blue one are late 1950s, aren't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    @Don
    I see Braunschweig, Hannover, Peine. where did it take place ??
    Hätte ich davon gewusst, wäre ich dabei gewesen und Du hättest die EP3 mit 12mm f2 und mFT Summilux testen können.

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    Hi klaus, it was in Hildesheim, 30 kliometres south to Hannover and just a 90-minute trip from Hamburg - if the Autobahn is free, that is.

    Ja schade, das wäre was gewesen. hätte ich ja gern mal ausprobiert.
    Die Veranstaltung heißt Technorama und hat bereits zum sechsten Mal stattgefunden. Ist ein Zwei-Tage-Event mit Rennen auf dem Flugplatz und jeder Menge Action.
    Letztes Jahr waren 500 klassische Autos und Motorräder da und 12.000 Zuschauer - doch leider gab's Theater mit Anwohnern, die sich über den Lärm beschwert haben.

    Drum mussten sie dieses Jahr die Action auf der Rennstrecke stark reduzieren und alle Fahrzeuge mussten enge Lärmvorschriften befolgen. Da hast du nun mal eine erfolgreiche Veranstaltung in einer kleinen Stadt wie Hildesheim - und dann machen die wieder alles kaputt.

    Anyway - wir treffen uns 2012, okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonParrot View Post
    Thanks, Paul. We are talking about the second one, aren't we? The big wings of the blue one are late 1950s, aren't they?
    Yes, the second Buick. I believe the first one is a '59. Real "Land Barges" they were. This last weekend I grabbed a few shots of the very rare '54 Buick Landau. They only made one as far as I know. I'll post a few shots of that when I get home this evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DonParrot View Post
    Hi klaus, it was in Hildesheim, 30 kliometres south to Hannover and just a 90-minute trip from Hamburg - if the Autobahn is free, that is.

    Ja schade, das wäre was gewesen. hätte ich ja gern mal ausprobiert.
    Die Veranstaltung heißt Technorama und hat bereits zum sechsten Mal stattgefunden. Ist ein Zwei-Tage-Event mit Rennen auf dem Flugplatz und jeder Menge Action.
    Letztes Jahr waren 500 klassische Autos und Motorräder da und 12.000 Zuschauer - doch leider gab's Theater mit Anwohnern, die sich über den Lärm beschwert haben.

    Drum mussten sie dieses Jahr die Action auf der Rennstrecke stark reduzieren und alle Fahrzeuge mussten enge Lärmvorschriften befolgen. Da hast du nun mal eine erfolgreiche Veranstaltung in einer kleinen Stadt wie Hildesheim - und dann machen die wieder alles kaputt.

    Anyway - wir treffen uns 2012, okay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    Yes, the second Buick. I believe the first one is a '59. Real "Land Barges" they were. This last weekend I grabbed a few shots of a the very rare '54 Buick Landau. They only made one as far as I know. I'll post a few shots of that when I get home this evening.
    Looking forward to that. It's always great to have the chance of taking a look at cars that were built just once. Do you know the Astra Gnome Time and Space car?

    And my favourite Buick always has been the '49 Roadmaster. What a gorgeous body!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    Jawohl, gebucht. Just send me a reminder..... wrote it down
    Okay - I'll do my best to not forget.

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    Don, That's a nice collection - I like the angles you chose for most of the shots.
    I worry that if I got down that low i'd be unable to get back on my feet again without assistance....

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    Quote Originally Posted by les View Post
    Don, That's a nice collection - I like the angles you chose for most of the shots.
    I worry that if I got down that low i'd be unable to get back on my feet again without assistance....
    Thanks a lot, Les, great that you like the pics.

    And when it comes to getting down that low...
    I've got a slipped disc resulting in serious back problems and so, I know exactly what you are taliking about. And that's exactly why I opted for the E-PL3 as addition to my FT gear. It's the only µFT camera whose screen doesn't flip out sidewards but up or down, with the latter offering you the opportunity to use it like a waist-level finder camera. It's a fantastic experience and in the three days since I purchased it, I really fell for this feature. I love it to the bones and returning to the E-5 for my dog action certainly will be difficult for me - and even would be without my back problems. The little gem just has added a new level of fun and pleasure to my photography.

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    Yes Paul, you didn't promise too much. This really is one great car - and great shots, by the way.

    But why did they call it Landau? I always thougt that a Landaulet is a semi convertible with the front or back seats positioned under a fixed roof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonParrot View Post
    Yes Paul, you didn't promise too much. This really is one great car - and great shots, by the way.

    But why did they call it Landau? I always thougt that a Landaulet is a semi convertible with the front or back seats positioned under a fixed roof.
    It was built on the Road Monster frame and the top does go down. The rear passengers were separated from the chauffeur with an electrically actuated glass partition. I chose to tone map my image because a traditional photo just doesn't do the immaculate paint job justice. You can learn more about this Buick here: http://www.conceptcarz.com/view/phot...dau_photo.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbines View Post
    It was built on the Road Monster frame and the top does go down. The rear passengers were separated from the chauffeur with an electrically actuated glass partition. I chose to tone map my image because a traditional photo just doesn't do the immaculate paint job justice. You can learn more about this Buick here: http://www.conceptcarz.com/view/phot...dau_photo.aspx
    Thanks for the link, Paul. So it isn't a full convertible. Couldn't see that on your picture.
    Yep, I can see what you mean with the tone mapping.

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    E-P3 + Lumix 20mm f1.7
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    45 Macro-Elmarit on G3


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    I took the Olympus E-P3 and my 12mm f/2 for a stroll along the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a little bit of street photography...


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    alone with the fallen ..

    E5, 1/1250, f/4.5, 8mm

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    she waits,..... again ...

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    alone with the fallen ..

    E5, 1/1250, f/4.5, 8mm
    Very nice composition and execution in challenging light

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    alone with the fallen ..

    E5, 1/1250, f/4.5, 8mm
    Hi Riley - great shot with loads of atmosphere!

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    Thanks for making me smile, Klaus!

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    Boxes (G3 + 45mm Macro):

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    I like it Uwe. Nice composition and full range of tones.

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    At a spring festival today...


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    Young girl shows how by peterb666, on Flickr


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    Also at the spring festival, some cars...


    AC Cobra by peterb666, on Flickr


    Mini by peterb666, on Flickr


    Falcon GT by peterb666, on Flickr


    Mustang_2 by peterb666, on Flickr

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    Hi Peter, two nice series.
    And as I said: What is a classic-car event witout a Cobra? *grins*

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    Desert rose
    Veiled and kissed by the strange pale light of the moon



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    Nice one Klaus
    Don't know how you did it but it sure looks like a classic picture.
    Man Ray?

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    Hey Klaus, is "you know who" under there?

    Lovely image

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    Keith, "you know who" is under there for sure We had so much fun creating this picture which s only one out of a series. Another one on my Blog, but NSFW !

    Michiel, Man Ray is a legend. This is just a "Klaus" perhaps a legend in 100 years
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    Very cool, Klaus
    I don't care what gear I have.
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    Today I went out to take some architectural shots and try out some HDR images in PS CS5.
    Most of the time I find them "too much" so to speak, but I never tryed it so....
    The last one is not HDR but straight out the camera set to dynamic.
    Looks like HDR to me.

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    Arrival
    They always come at night



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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Today I went out to take some architectural shots and try out some HDR images in PS CS5.
    Most of the time I find them "too much" so to speak, but I never tryed it so....
    The last one is not HDR but straight out the camera set to dynamic.
    Looks like HDR to me.

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    Nice shots Michiel

    It depends on what takes your fancy. Right now I'm finding that if I want to create the impact of what I saw rather than just what I saw, I will try to juice the image up a bit (using some HDR methods). But it's a phase that will wax and wane I'm sure.

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    Panasonic G1 with 14-45

    That is a very lovely landscape.

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    A very big ballcock - GH-2, Lumix 7-14 - water tank in disused steam train water tower, Camden Town, England.


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    Shawn,
    That's a seriously atmospheric shot.

    Glenn,
    Beautiful shot of the type of landscape that I enjoy visiting. Please tell me you are going to make a print...

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    Two pics from last week. Both in Japan.




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    Very nice Ian......keep posting.

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    Klaus......outstanding. It could've been a movie still for Blade Runner. The bokeh is so.....creamy.

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