Hot Rod

Uploaded: May 07, 2003


The original photo was taken at a classic car show with a Nikon CP950. Then in PS 6.0 I removed the background, desaturated and increased the contast in the image to show nearly all B&W. Next I applied numerous PS filters, added a sepia look and a black border.


Henny Grevelink May 10, 2003

Michael, nice PS job! ;>) #34391

Michael McCook level-classic May 26, 2019

Thanks Henny, just having some fun. #95114

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