Souped Cars

Not Automatics but Photomatix’d…















  1. did you get permission photograph my cars…;)

  2. Love this post. When I was a kid, my dream job was to be a cab-driver, so that my job would permit me to drive 24×7. Although the dream job got replaced with something else, but the love for cars is still the same. It’s a different thing that I do not have my own car and also I do not know how to drive. 🙂

    • I can’t picture what learning to drive would be like in Mumbai or Kolkata – I’ve seen plenty of film of the traffic in those cities on tv! I’m sure you will learn when you have the need to learn 🙂 Of course, my dream job when I was a child was to be a train driver. Sadly, when I went to work I opted for the better pay of Telecommunications. If I had followed my dream I’d be earning up to £20,000 more a year now (pre-tax) but I’d also have all the anti-social hours and other issues. Money isn’t everything 😉

      Glad you enjoyed the post 🙂

  3. Nice cars, and nice effect. I especially like the effect on the Anglia which makes it look like a magazine illustration from the 50’s.

    • Thanks Binky. The Anglia was Cream but the effect of the HDR conversion has been to make it look almost like gold. It’s clearly someone’s pride and joy 🙂

  4. Shiny!
    But… no Pinto?! 😉

    • LoL – No Pinto… don’t think they were imported into the UK due to EU safety requirements – exploding cars are only acceptable if due to terrorist/military action rather than a standard RTA 😉 I have got a shot of a soft-top Mustang but it wasn’t in my HDR conversions.

  5. Some great effects on these Martin. The car in the black & white shot looks like it’s made of chrome. That’s my favourite, very nice car

  6. I think the yellow jobbie is winking at me —
    He probably does it to all the girls!

  7. Wonderful use of HDR! You creatred a nice effect that brings out the character of this automobiles without screaming “special effects!” Thanks!

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