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Dodge Challanger - BnW Series by Styrox-Art Dodge Challanger - BnW Series by Styrox-Art
Dodge Challenger, model '71 in black and white.
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nikkin24 Sep 5, 2013  Professional Interface Designer

Beautiful photo!! Nothing compares to these classic Challengers :)  Wonderful job!!

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Styrox-Art Sep 5, 2013  Student Interface Designer
I'm glad you like my photo! Also I got to agree with you, the Challenger is my absolute favourite American made muscle car from this era. :)

I noticed you just joined the DeviantArt community, and I wanna take this opportunity to welcome you to the site! I hope you'll find the page usefull. :)
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nikkin24 Sep 5, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Thank you very much!
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vanalan1 Jul 6, 2011
I bet in the right program, you could crop this (and center the car in the while doing so), and still have a good file size for 8X10s. Maybe mess with the shadows and contrast a bit (darker) and you have an awesome black and white photo! Nice Challenger! Great find!
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Styrox-Art Jul 7, 2011  Student Interface Designer
Actually, this is exactly how it was intended to be!

Personally I really don't like photos where the object is centered. I like when people play around with perspectives and angles!

The pale colours in the photo is also intended. The "BnW Series" of mine is meant to picture old cars in what is supposed to look like old photos! To simplify a little, these photos are not meant to look crisp and clean. ;)

Thank you for your comment, I appreciate it when other photographers actually takes their time to write a well thought out comment!
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vanalan1 Jul 7, 2011
Yes, it does make the photo look old. It looks like the kind of a shot a proud owner would've taken on the night the car was purchased.

I'm not sure if you've seen this photo from my collection.

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This is one I wish I could go back in time, with a newer camera. The original isn't the best size for a good quality 8X10.
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Styrox-Art Jul 7, 2011  Student Interface Designer
I browsed through your collection the first time you faved any of my art, but I must have overlooked that photo somehow because I didn't recognise it.

I know that feeling! But it's still a nice picture, and that color really suits the car!
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SWEET! i like the old ones, their more...sentimental, than the new ones.
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Styrox-Art Jul 6, 2011  Student Interface Designer
I think they're doing quite a good job in bringing back the powerful shapes on the new models, but there is something special with these old ones that I think makes them completely irreplaceable.
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