Reflection I

Chrome is still all over the place at old car shows. I am a fan of shiny bits, whether it’s bumpers, grilles, dashboards, wheels, whatever. Despite the rise of rat rods and the trend to monochrome presentation, chrome parts remain a popular choice for a traditional hot rod look.

Down at my local Tuesday night cruise, hosted by the Highway 11 Cruisers club (sorry, not a secure website), where I found a 1954 Ford with wide whitewall tires and smooth, baby moon type wheels, reflecting the early 1950s Chevy hot rod parked next to it.

Shot with my usual rig, the Nikon D3200 and my Nikon 18-55mm lens, the settings were ƒ/16, 1/20 second exposure and ISO 100. As always, this can he purchased as a poster by contacting shootyourcarmister@gmail.com, and the original shot is below.

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