Ahh, it ain't nuthin' that several hundred dollars can't fix! :roll: Thanks for the comments!sommer said:Ack, sorry about the lens! That hurts! (I don't have that lens, but I'd reaaallly like one.) Love the GT photos...we're a Ford family, so all Ford publicity is good publicity
Gave the owner several more 8x10 prints last Sun, and he's graciously agreed to let me take it out with him for a test drive. WOO HOO!Johan said:Hi Steve,
I go with Frank here, the colors are stunning as well as the car, what a beast !!! The light you get from the setting sun is superb.
Great job man !!!
The nice thing is, when shooting with such glasswork is the detail(s) you get.
So, I'm sorry to here what happened to it.
Best of luck with the lens, fingers crossed
Good to see your smiling "avatar" over here!D.R.Barnhart said:Nice pics although I personally have no use for a Ford ( :wink: )!!!
One question, have you tried "removing" the car that's in the background of the first one?
because his brother, the co-owner of the dealership, had "dibs" on the car for that weekend. Hope for the next upcoming weekend.eng45ine said:Hey Steve...did you ever get the chance to drive one of those bad boys yet?
Better yet, how 'bout a video of me laying a humongous patch! :shock: Na, I told him I'm take it REAL easy if he let me drive.eng45ine said:See if you can get someone to get a snap of you behind the wheel. That assuredly will be a keeper for the desk.