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Sep 20, 2008 23:03 |  #1

Hello all.


I was on my way to the chinesse buffet in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. And i was leaving the house i grabed my gear and my wife said... what are you doing grabbing your camera........ and i replied you never know ;) and sure enough i spotted this amazing car in front of the church !!!!:eek: so i looked imediatly at my wife with a grin :p and she looked at me going ok . ok . ok you where right .

These where snapped realy quickly due to the bride and groom comming out eny minute LOL

P.S C&C are always welcom:). Shot with 18-55mm kit lense and pop-up puffer.


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Sep 20, 2008 23:04 |  #2

awesome wedding car!


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Sep 21, 2008 00:40 as a reply to  @ RadAL's post |  #3

That appears to be a Model A Ford. They were built between 1928 and 1931.

Nice capture.


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Sep 21, 2008 01:03 |  #4

Nice ride. Nice set.


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Sep 21, 2008 01:11 |  #5

Thanx guy's


Model A !!!! thanx belmondo i couldnt find the model but found the time frame :P


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Sep 21, 2008 08:26 |  #6

Good catch. Less tilt & halo would be nice.


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Sep 21, 2008 23:27 |  #7

PhotosGuy wrote in post #6350636 (external link)
Good catch. Less tilt & halo would be nice.

You got it :) il try that next time, Thanx for the C&C


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Sep 22, 2008 07:56 |  #8

il try that next time,

If you select the car first, you can do anything you want with it: Selecting areas in PS.


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