Connected - Issue 70

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Connected - Issue 70

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Thanks to Simon and everybody who contributed!
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Great Adition again, some cracking pictures of this years events. Well done to all involved.
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Great Issue again!

Just had a skim through.........The HDR photo's are great. I'd end up having quite a few of those put onto Canvas and put on the walls at home!

Thanks for all your hard work guys! :thumbright:
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Well done Simon, another cracking issue! :thumbright:
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Looks good!
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Although, Unless Mr Carrington was referring to another Black Aussie Charger that he didn't include a picture of, it's actually a VH Hardtop (at least that is what the picture was).
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Fantastic effort as ever, thanks!
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Still not as good as opening a letter and reading a "HARD COPY" :cry: :cry: :cry:





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Nice job guys, photography is outstanding :thumbright:
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Good job guys, great pictures.

Thank you all.
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Post by Gas for GOSH »

Thanks for the feedback chaps.

Bratfink...if there's a mismatch with text and picture that'll be down to me not Kev :oops:

Dave....canvas on the wall already done :thumbright:
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fantastic issue

just gets better and better

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Gas for GOSH wrote:Thanks for the feedback chaps.

Bratfink...if there's a mismatch with text and picture that'll be down to me not Kev :oops:

Dave....canvas on the wall already done :thumbright:
Si,

When you do the mods to the photo's, how long does it take to do??

Also what file format are they saved as?

Not for now!
But if the gods do shine on me (house move spoiling fun) and I get my car to next years NATS, I'd love for you to take a couple and work your magic and get similar results. Happily pay for your time for the changed photo's and files?

This way I can get them sorted for possibly wall mounting them!:D 8-)

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Post by db »

Excellent thanks :thumbright:

Nice to see the pic of the Belve puking it's clutch :lol:
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I was interested to see the mention in Ivor's piece on page 4 about those of us who were car-spotting back in the fifties and sixties! I was one of them, around Oxford where I lived - we were surrounded by ex-wartime US airbases, still American occupied then, and saw a lot of American cars. I was barmy enough to begin taking photos of them - I've still got the collection, somewhere around 7500 pictures! I've published a few books of them recently, titled 'Over Here', and Ben has used a bunch of them in features in Classic American over the years.
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