1959 Mack Truck

This is a discussion on 1959 Mack Truck within the Transportation forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; My dad still uses this oldie pretty regularly on the farm....


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    My dad still uses this oldie pretty regularly on the farm.

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    Thats so neat, 50 years old and still going strong - nice subject for HDR too

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    Thats so neat, 50 years old and still going strong - nice subject for HDR too
    Or, black and white...
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    Or, black and white...
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    good call, i like it!


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    Now, there's an interesting image!
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    Nice image of great old truck. My grandad had one just like it when I was a kid. Yes, it was nearly new at the time.

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    The mono version works well - I think it's the best of the two.

    Nice work.

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    redhookrob,

    I also like the b&w version. You might even think about using a sepia tone to your black and white to give it a 1950s period look.

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    I like the original but the B&W seem to highlight the subject. Great job on both results.

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    I am going with the B&W crowd too! I WAS expecting a refurbished model, but "run what ya brung" works real good too!
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