’34 Ford Woody Interior and Hood

 

Title:   ’34 Ford Woody Interior and Hood

 Photographer name:   Ed Voisin

 

Description of place:      

Image was captured at World of Wheels Car Show located in Lafayette La. On 6/8/2012.  Nearly a Hundred Cars, Trucks, & Motorcycles participated. This particular vehicle was the Overall Winner of the Show.  A Special Thanks to Greg Wilson (owner) from Louisville, Kentucky who gave me permission to capture this Beautiful Vehicle.  I would like in the future to post another image showing the entire car.

Technical information:

Camera –Nikon D300

Lens – Nikkor 18-200MM VR

HDR Software – Photomatix Pro 4.2

ISO -200

Aperture – F/5.6

Number of exposures – 9,    shutter speeds ranging from 1/45s to 4s

Tripod/handheld – Manfrotto 150 Pro Tripod

 Extra processing information:

Topaz InFocus used for Sharpening and Topaz DeNoise

 Photographers bio:

My name is Ed Voisin, 61,  from Houma, Louisiana. Retired Wildlife Seismic Agent.  I’ve always had a love for Photography dating back to my childhood Kodak Brownie days. Also owned several Polaroid Land cameras along the way.  Bought my first 35mm Film camera while serving in Viet Nam, 69-70. The compound had a Photo lab where I learned how to develop B&W. After returning from the service I sort of got away from photography due to the rising cost of film and developing. In the late 90’s I got my first Digital Camera, it was a 2.0 Megapixel Casio. Later a  Sony 6.0 P&S  and now I’ve been shooting with a Nikon D300 for the past Five Years. Hoping to get a D800 sometime in the Future.  My first love is Wildlife then Cars, but I will shoot just about anything if it interest me.  Fell in Love with the very first HDR image I ever saw and have been shooting HDR ever since. Always something new to learn about the Art.  I found HDR to be a genre where people either Hate it or Love it. There seems to be No in between.

I’ve been a member of HDR Crème for the past 3 years . You can see more of my work on this site by clicking Portfolio in the upper left hand corner of this page,  http://hdrcreme.com/users/93-digicam.  Hope you see something you like or inspires you. 

 

 

Gallery Template for HDR One Magazine

Title:   ’34 Ford Woody Interior and Hood

 

Photographer name:   Ed Voisin

 

Description of place:       Image was captured at World of Wheels Car Show located in Lafayette La. On 6/8/2012.  Nearly a Hundred Cars, Trucks, & Motorcycles participated. This particular vehicle was the Overall Winner of the Show.  A Special Thanks to Greg Wilson (owner) from Louisville, Kentucky who gave me permission to capture this Beautiful Vehicle.  I would like in the future to post another image showing the entire car.

 

Technical information – ISO, Camera etc, type of HDR software (Photos that contain in depth information about processing usually get the best response)

Camera –Nikon D300

Lens – Nikkor 18-200MM VR

HDR Software – Photomatix Pro 4.2

ISO -200

Aperture – F/5.6

Number of exposures – 9,    shutter speeds ranging from 1/45s to 4s

Tripod/handheld – Manfrotto 150 Pro Tripod

 

Extra processing information: Topaz InFocus used for Sharpening and Topaz DeNoise

 

 

Photographers bio (you may include links to relevant sites here) My name is Ed Voisin, 61,  from Houma, Louisiana. Retired Wildlife Seismic Agent.  I’ve always had a love for Photography dating back to my childhood Kodak Brownie days. Also owned several Polaroid Land cameras along the way.  Bought my first 35mm Film camera while serving in Viet Nam, 69-70. The compound had a Photo lab where I learned how to develop B&W. After returning from the service I sort of got away from photography due to the rising cost of film and developing. In the late 90’s I got my first Digital Camera, it was a 2.0 Megapixel Casio. Later a  Sony 6.0 P&S  and now I’ve been shooting with a Nikon D300 for the past Five Years. Hoping to get a D800 sometime in the Future.  My first love is Wildlife then Cars, but I will shoot just about anything if it interest me.  Fell in Love with the very first HDR image I ever saw and have been shooting HDR ever since. Always something new to learn about the Art.  I found HDR to be a genre where people either Hate it or Love it. There seems to be No in between.

I’ve been a member of HDR Crème for the past 3 years . You can see more of my work on this site by clicking Portfolio in the upper left hand corner of this page,  http://hdrcreme.com/users/93-digicam.  Hope you see something you like or inspires you. 

 

Additional information – Please can you resize the images to 900 px wide before sending them

 

Thank you very much and we look forward to seeing your work in the magazine galleries.

 

 

 

 

  • http://www.facebook.com/mr.Adrian.J.Evans Adrian Evans

    Great shot and details Ed