Red Chevy 24th September 2010

  • EX-Z3
  • Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
  • 2010:09:24 21:23:31
  • 0.002 s (1/640) (1/640)
  • f/4.6
  • 2004:10:19 11:01:38
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  • 6.80 (680/100)

Shot Notes

This is a 1957 Chevrolet in Trinidad, Cuba. To process this image I used a similar technique as the Blue Chevy. Orton Effect on the car and desaturation and de-focus background. To add some extra sparkle I also added a subtle Fractalius layer.

4 Responses to “Red Chevy”

  1. 1

    Lovely classic!

  2. 2

    So Jason… would you mind drive me… around the world or at the corner of the street. Driving sucha a car… must be absolutly delightful. Great colors. You love Orton Effect, don’t you ? ;-))

  3. 3

    If I had a car like that the corner of the street would be as far as the fuel would get me. You would be most welcome for the ride. It was your “From Station to Station” image which reminded me of the Orton Effect. It seems to work well on old cars. It makes them look shiny and new. It helps that the Cubans look after them. You need permission from the government to buy a car in Cuba and it is not often given. So classics like this are kept alive and handed down the generations.

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