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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by Hingo, Jan 4, 2013.
12, 13, 14, 15
a subject dear to my heart..
Nice! It's a crazy mix of Europe and North America.
Is gas cheap in Iceland?
many thanks everybody
tdekany: yes it's trabant. But for the gas, it's not so cheap. I think most of those big old classic cars are just taken for spin on a sunny day or some special events.
Good to see at least one Lada in there :smile:
When I was living there in 1995, we had tons of them!
Hingo -Great idea. Thanks for sharing.
Nicely done, great colors!
Great and intresting mix of American and European metal. More, please.
many thaks everybody
RT_Panther: If you're talking about the green one, it's Simca 1005s and I think this is the one
and only here in iceland, it looks very simlar as the lada.
I like number 1 and the beatiful Saab of number 5
Great set of images ....love 6 & 14.
Classic car parade in Reykjavik, Iceland
As others have eluded to, the classic American cars on Iceland seem to primarily be used on special occasions. I was lucky to by random chance come out from dinner in restaurant in Reykjavik just as a classic car parade was driving down the main street!
There really wasn't much light at that hour, but I think my E-PL2 and Panasonic 20/1.7 did a decent job. :smile:
Great variety, so many type and so many angles. Cool post.
thanks for sharing. I originally thought this was done with OMD until you mention
EPL2 and 20mm. Didnt realise it have such good color dynamic range. Did you use
vivid or normal setting ?
Thanks - they were for sure shot with the "normal" color setting. But I may well have set the color saturation to +1 (I do that for about half of my shots).
many thanks guys, appreciated
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Larsjuhljensen: that oldsmobile super 88 (s59) is one of my favorite here in iceland