Location: State College, PA -- USA
Editing OK?: Yes
Here's my before and after of a 1928 Ford from a local car show...
There's a few minor flaws, such as if you look at the reflection in the window just to the left of the passenger's side of the car, you can see the reflection of the tent, which I Photoshopped out, but for the most part, I was pretty pleased at how it came out. Most of the shops that were hidden behind the truck and people I created using samples of of bricks or sidewalk, etc. from other places in the picture. Probably had about 20+ hours of Photoshopping in this picture.
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Canon 5D Mark II
Canon 24-105 L IS
Canon 35 - 70
Canon 70 - 200
Einstein 640 Strobes (3X)
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Re: 1928 Ford
How in the world did you get the car to the beach?! Just kidding! Great job guys!
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