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  1. Fujiphotog

    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    The Classic Car Collection in Kearney, Nebraska, displays more than 200 historic cars from the early 1900s onwards. I did not carry a lens for my Fuji cameras wide enough to photograph these cars in the restricted space, so used my iPhone 6+ and processed them in Camera+ and Photoshop.

    LaSalle.

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    Benz Convertible.

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    A few more car photos in my Reply, below. The entire album is on my Flickr profile, here:

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    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    Lincoln.

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    Darrin.

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    Morgan.



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    The first car I ever owned, an MG-B, in 1966. Mine was British Racing Green with black leather seats.



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    That Morgan makes me smile in the best possible way
     
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    Taken with a D800E and Nokton 58mm F1.4, a lens I also use with my X-T1 (F4.5/iso 100/1/250)

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  5. Fujiphotog

    Fujiphotog Amateur photographer.

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    Nice shot. Cars look better in natural light than under fluorescents. I just wish their owners would park them further apart so the frame would be filled by one car instead of 1 1/2.
     
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