Where Cars Go to Die


A fun place for photographers to go. There’s not a lot of people that come here so it’s quiet and relaxing, unless you get bit by a snake. Fortunately, I did not see any. A few months back I saw a truck in town that I wanted to take a picture of on private property. I asked the woman if I can take a picture of it. It was in a car port on her property. She wanted a piece of the action and wanted me to split the profits with her on my photo! I told her I would pay her so I can take the picture on her property, but she didn’t like that idea. She said many people come wanting to do video work or photography cause it was once part of a plantation. She told me I can leave my portfolio in her mailbox for further viewing! Has anyone ever had something like this happen to them?

Anyway, this is a museum in White GA. that I went to and I really don’t need her measly image after all. As I approached the property I wasn’t impressed with the truck so it wasn’t my loss compared to this treasure that I found.

I was thinking, just for fun to give her a signed image of one of my trucks! What do you think?

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Where Cars Go to Die

The Fog


I took these pictures last year and it sat on my computer up until today. I really didn’t know what to do with them. I was contemplating to throw them out because I wasn’t happy with them. I never took pictures outside when it was foggy, but I wanted to give it a try.

I thought they were the most gloomiest pictures I ever taken. I ran across them yesterday and decided to play with them.

Blah and gloomy
Blah and gloomy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I recently bought some Lightroom presets and I added some punch to the photo by using auto tone and medium contrast curve. Then I added graduated sky since the sky was all gray and dull. I came out with this photo:

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Much better!

The Fog