Chromed Cruiser

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Submitter's name: Steve Goss
Title: Chromed Cruiser
Gear used: OM-G, Zuiko 135 f2.8
Diaphragm: f8 or so
Shutter speed: Auto
Film used: Kodak T400cn
Technical information: Handheld.
Digital trickery: Unsharp masked
Subject information: This is Rufus' Cruiser. He likes chrome. To display his engine at its best at car shows, he hangs a mirror on the inside of his hood (bonnet to those of you across the pond).

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Comment left by: Olaf Greve (no e-mail specified) Very original, and the light is certainly nicely reflected.

Comment left by: Alasdair Mackintosh (tope@toomanybooks.org) The chromed components have come up extremely well.

One appreciates the reflective surfaces reflected in the mirror, but I wonder if the composition isn't a bit too confusing? It took me a moment to realise where the mirror was in relation to the engine. Perhaps it would be worth thinking about a simpler composition, concentrating on the almost-liquid surface of the chrome?

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