Australian International Motor Show 2010, Sydney

PeterB666

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All shots taken with my Olympus E-P1 with Olympus 9-18mm M.Zuiko zoom.

Look mum, no seat...

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Cheezie Tyres by peterb666, on Flickr

Merc in the red light district...

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Thanks for cleaning my Merc by peterb666, on Flickr

Aussie iron...

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Walkinshaw Holden Commodore V8 by peterb666, on Flickr

More Aussie iron...

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Falcon GT by peterb666, on Flickr

Its an orange Merc...

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A funny coloured Merc by peterb666, on Flickr

The 5 year old boys liked this one - very strange...

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The kids loved this Hyundai by peterb666, on Flickr

I wouldn't mind this one...

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Camaro by peterb666, on Flickr
 

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Yeah, Go Holden! I guess you know why Fords need such a good air cleaner aye. That so there engines don't get dusted when the Holdens leave 'em choking. I hope you're on the Commodore side of the fence Peter, I really do. LOL
 

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hahaha nice one!
i really like that gun-metal grey merc. hot!
that walkinshaw commodore looks really good too. well, good for a commodore! :p (i'm just stirring you mr.icon industries!)
 

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hahaha nice one!
i really like that gun-metal grey merc. hot!
that walkinshaw commodore looks really good too. well, good for a commodore! :p (i'm just stirring you mr.icon industries!)
I love it too - although the GT is the sexiest in my opinion.......mmmmm:smile:
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Thanks, I am glad you liked these. It is one of my favourite shoots and look forward to it coming around each year (now only once every 2 years :mad:).

If you click on the images and then go through to the Flickr site, you can view the Exif data using the Actions drop down menu.

Cheers

PeterB666
 

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Thanks, I am glad you liked these. It is one of my favourite shoots and look forward to it coming around each year (now only once every 2 years :mad:).

If you click on the images and then go through to the Flickr site, you can view the Exif data using the Actions drop down menu.

Cheers

PeterB666
sorry, I didn't know this... :blush:

However, I see iso 228, how is that possible? :confused:

p.s. another great shot is the Koenigsegg! :thumbup:
 

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A false reading for the ISO is sometimes generated during post-processing, I think in Picasa, which I use for a final sharpening and resizing for the internet. Going back to the RAW files, the settings I used ranged between ISO400 and ISO1600.

When I did that, my post processing would be from RAW to TIF and I would do most of the work in TIF before loading into Picasa which converts them to JPG in the resizing process.
 

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A false reading for the ISO is sometimes generated during post-processing, I think in Picasa, which I use for a final sharpening and resizing for the internet. Going back to the RAW files, the settings I used ranged between ISO400 and ISO1600.

When I did that, my post processing would be from RAW to TIF and I would do most of the work in TIF before loading into Picasa which converts them to JPG in the resizing process.
ok :smile:
 
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