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Photographer Hugo de Wolf  Hugo de Wolf {Karma:185110}
Project #41 Perspective Camera Model Nikon D100
Categories Others
Transportation
Commercial
Film Format
Portfolio The Dutch Files
Products and Objects
Lens Nikon 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF AF-S
Uploaded 12/5/2004 Film / Memory Type ISO 200
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 2099 Shutter 1/30
Favorites Aperture f/16
Critiques 89 Rating
5.78
/ 29 Ratings
Location City -  Haarlem
State - 
Country - Netherlands   Netherlands
About MWHAAHAAHAHAHahahahaaaa.....

Fooled you! This time not a triptych.... I decided to let the story continue for a change....:)

I just cannot get enough of this car.

Especially to Douglas, a photographer who is a class apart. Just read the comments he left in http://www.usefilm.com/image/618376.html...

With many thanks to Michael Kanemoto, who was kind enough to use his Kanemojo magic on this shot. The sky was completely burned, and he did an excellent job in reviving the details and contrasts. Many thanks!

Actual Camera settings:
ISO 200
Shutter speed: 1/30?
Aperture: f/16


Cheers,

Hugo

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There are 89 Comments in 1 Pages
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Jason Mardell   {K:1113} 4/8/2006
Blimey - I remember going with my dad for a test ride in one of these. Didn't they have lights that steered round the corners? This is a lovely shot - you do manage to get a very attractive clairty in your work. Very nice.

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Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 3/21/2006
Nice well done dear friend hugo1
joćo

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delete my account   {K:3679} 1/20/2005
So strong!
great shot! I like this citroen very much, and you framed it so excellent. Cant you sell this one to citroen its fantastic advertising!
Great job!!

Best wishes abel

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Tomasz Jakubowski Tomasz Jakubowski   {K:354} 1/14/2005
wow, this is really cool. I am getting ready for a shot of a classic benz and your shots are an inspiration.

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ppdix  ppdix     {K:17069} 1/9/2005
Citroen made some of the most futuristic cars in the 70's.

This is definitely one of my favorites

Cheers

P

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Sam Andre Sam Andre   {K:12484} 1/7/2005
prachtig geheel, maar de auto steelt altijd en overal de show

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ken krishnan   {K:19102} 1/1/2005
Hugo,

Isn't she a such a magnificent car. XL is perfect for a no. plate for her.

wonderful settings as well with that dramatic sky at the background.

WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR.

regards,
ken.

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Roy V Roy V   {K:13082} 12/30/2004
Hugo,
What a car! Love the photos...
All best wishes for the new year.
Roy

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Kristina Kohut   {K:49990} 12/24/2004
Oh this looks great Hugo! I loved the previous one, and this looks just as great!

I like the dynamic sky, but I'm wondering to myself if the horison might be to center placed... no? It's splitting the photo into two halfs in a way, and hard to decide if attention goes to sky or car. I think I would try this in quadratic form, but maybe I'm wrong. It's just a thought that popped up in my mind.

Oooops... children are waking up here... time for the big day... Christmas! Have to go, but see you!

And ps. MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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Kees and Carolyn    {K:15193} 12/19/2004
What a stunner! Great car and overall photo too!
Carolyn

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Hermen Pen Hermen Pen   {K:9138} 12/10/2004
Hi Hugo,

sorry I did not notice your posting of the original image..You get so many comments that I do not always take the time to go through them :-) Looking at it, it is indeed remarkable how much detail this tool from Michael Kanemoto can reveal.

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/10/2004
Make sure you don't mix up the two....

As to the headlights,they are only allowed for cars which were equipped with them originally, but new cars cannot have those yellow bulbs any more. The Brits still tape the left side of each headlight when driving to the continent, but are no longer required to paint their headlights... I've never seen such a thing, though.

The hair spray only works for speed traps where they actually flash the car and take a picture; with lazer guns etc, it won't work...:(

Cheers,

hugo

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In Transit In Transit   {K:29432} 12/10/2004
To Mr. de Wolf
Suspension: only the A6 Allroad model
Yellow... understood that with new EU regulations... yellow banned except for 'fog' lamps... and the Brits used to have a quasi paint years ago, which was required when they crossed to le France... so off to a 'hair stylist' to try...
Again many compliments to your curvaceous maintained Young Lady!

<:-)

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/10/2004
Hi Hermen, The sky is real, If you scroll down to my reply to Lori, you'll see the original, unedited version. Michael Kanemoto did a fabulous job in retouching the blown out sky....:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/10/2004
Hi Christian, Thanks for your comment, won't stop at four, though....:)

Cheers,

hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/10/2004
Never mind being late; I appreciate your comment! I quite agree, there's nothing left to the imagination is not quite true, the experience of driving such a car is unrivalled, and maybe a good thing to try and capture on camera... So beautifully smooth...

I didn't know the A6 has a comparable suspension! That yellow paint you refer to; could that be by any chance be the paint you spray over your licence plate to prevent the reg. number to be captured on film with speed traps?...heheheh...;) It's been banned for a while, and with new detection systems, it's no longer effective, unfortunately. Could tray hair spray, apparently, it has the same effect...;)

If you are referring to the headlights, French cars used yellow bulbs, the glass is clear (see attached...)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Yellow Headlights, clear glass


cessy karina   {K:14205} 12/10/2004
it's realy beautiful car. excellent shot Hugo, very nice portrait of her

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Hermen Pen Hermen Pen   {K:9138} 12/9/2004
Hi Hugo,

At first sight it looks as if the sky is pasted from another image (probably because of the intensity of its colour as was mentioned before). But then at second sight - don't know is this is a correct English expression but you'll know what I mean - there is this marvellous reflection of the sky in the bonnet. This is what I like most of this image, and it also makes me believe you that the sky is real :-)
Nice car, by the way :-)

regards,

Hermen

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Christian Barrette   {K:21125} 12/9/2004
A quadtych !
Excellent work with the sky. I'm pleased by the wide angle effect. The turned wheel makes the car look more dynamic and the lit beams look like an eye wink.

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In Transit In Transit   {K:29432} 12/8/2004
As a late-comer... and I am always late...
But this is no late-bloomer...
Only, having started with the 'SC' = 1973 Goddess I, and slowly moved around her curvaceous (the curves of a full or voluptuous) body... so wonderfully adorned...
I read with astonishment...
"Now, there's nothing left to the imagination, except for maybe the right side of the car..."
But that's not all... for sure!
As this viewer wants a 'sit-in'... to feel the rise and fall, as she rides along...
Only the Audi A6 Allroad, appears to be one vehicle that finally installed the like effect of 'rise and fall'... but I have already had problems with its electronics... versus this one's hydralics...

The capture is superb... a clear equal to the Goddess!

PS: To compliment a couple of my vintage vehicles... (nothing like yours) is that yellow lens' paint still available in the NL, as would like a bottle or two...

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Carlheinz Bayer   {K:14220} 12/8/2004
Impressive post processing! Very cool shoot. Like the reflections, colors and details. BRAVO!
CB

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Zeev Scharf   {K:25603} 12/8/2004
Excellent capture Hugo ,superb background for this beautiful car
Many thanks dear friend for commenting "Unusual lobby view"
Best regards

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Titus Powell   {K:1731} 12/7/2004
Hi Hugo. Brilliant composition. It breaks the 'rules' about not putting the horizon in the middle, and just goes to show that sometimes it's better to just go with your instincts! Good shot and very impressive portfolio.
Tom

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Chris Hunter Chris Hunter   {K:25634} 12/7/2004
Hi Hugo - I will just continue the flow of praise on this great maching, and image. Michael really did a great job putting the detail back into the highlights, well done on both parts.

Regards,
Chris

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 12/7/2004
Ha!. was sorry, must always work until December 10th, 24h. not stop! and I have little time for UF! In this moment.. Have to goodnight and for my new photographies is soon. have them ready but not the time for postare and follow!

I?M GOING SLIGHTLY MAD..

Friends will be friends.. for ever!

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Friends will be friends, my friend!

Cheers,

H.

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Hi Tom, The Kanemoto magic.... Mike did a hell of a job! The showroom shine is because I had just washed and polished her before I took this series:) Will be doing that more often...:)

Thanks, and I'll talk to you on Thursday:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Hi Max, Thanks for your comment; good to hear from you again! This car has been my childhood dream every since I remember my dad firing up the engine, elevating the car with the hydrolic suspention.

The credit for the rework on the sky goes entirely to Michael Kanemoto, I burned most of the sky (see the image I added to my reply to Lori Stitt)

In answer to your next question, Yep; it's mine...:) Such a delight to drive! I do consider myself lucky with my wife allowing me to buy it:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Hi Gustavo, Just hang on.... Again, it's not quite what you would expect, although I do like the idea of an aereal view! Thanks for your comment!

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Hi Lori, my previous comment should?ve obviously been posted with this image... It was an honour...:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Hi Lori, Thanks for your comments! It feels great to share a main page with you, especially as the credits for getting my shot on the main page go entirely to you...:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/7/2004
Dear Carmem, thank you for your very kind words.... But you should give yourself some more credit, your photos give anyone elses a run for their money...:) You flatter me...:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Lukasz Kuczkowski Lukasz Kuczkowski   {K:14687} 12/7/2004
so here we are :-)
great car! I could not get enough of this car neither!
about the shot; what I really like here is the angle and distortion of the lens which makes this car looks a little bit unnatural, but from the other side - more elegant and desirable;
the background hills and sky make this effect even stronger!
well done;
good post-processing compared to the original version
regards
Lukasz

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Carmem A. Busko   {K:48785} 12/7/2004
Hello, Hugo.. reading (hearing...) your words yesterday made me blush.. but understand my silence as a mix of fear and admiration... like a fan to his/her idol or deity...
It?s easier to me to write anything to other else... but for you , I?m always looking for the right words.. and english is not my speciality.
Like yesterday... what should I say to someone which name appeared three times in main page?

About this: in fact, the sky has improved your composition... since you already had stunning cloud reflections over the car. The result has a great commercial appeal... I?m almost thinking about buying it (although I hate cars... I?m a biker..):))
Thank you for sharing the original.
Cheers!!!
Carmem

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Lori Stitt   {K:75282} 12/7/2004
Hey Hugo,
We made the front page!!!
Congrats to you! Now everyone can see your Goddess on the opening page!
:)

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Gustavo Eulalio   {K:3777} 12/7/2004
Hi Hugo.
Interesting how you begin this series with a close-up and go gradually getting more parts of the car, ending with the whole car.
What will be next? An aerial view? :-)

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Paul's Photos Paul's Photos   {K:35235} 12/6/2004
so now we see the whole car :) love the car but also love the work on the image.. I just bought a 12-24mm lens so now i just have to find a car to shoot LOL.... classic photo of a classic car.. excellent work

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Marco Maresca Marco Maresca   {K:14418} 12/6/2004
Ciao Hugo,great car!!!!!!!!!! Beautiful shot!!

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Massimo Di Maggio Massimo Di Maggio   {K:-53658} 12/6/2004
I know this is a featured critique, but I can?t resist to comment this photo, I loved too much this car, it was my dream car, but never could buy it ;( Besides this, the image is splendid for its sharpness and for the particular aspect of the colors. I read in the about that there was a post.production work on the sky, it?s really good and it improves a lot the image without disturbing me at all. Last question.. is it yours? ;) if so, you are a lucky man!! Bye, Max

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tom rumland tom rumland   {K:14874} 12/6/2004
hugo, wow! what a great job michael did on the sky! having seen the original, when i saw this posted i was shocked. it "seemed" to be the same shot i remembered seeing but the sky was just incredible. this is wonderful and shows off the car much better. the individual contrast adjustments really make it pop. amazing how she looks like you just drove her off the showroom floor.

take care,
tom

ps - congrast on the SC for part I. very well deserved!

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/6/2004
Hi Michael, it's neither talent nor luck.... :) It's the Kanemoto Magic... Thanks, I owe you BIG!

Cheers,

Hugo

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Michael Kanemoto Michael Kanemoto   {K:22115} 12/6/2004
Hugo -

Photographer of the day, eh?
Talent, not luck, I think.

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Anna Esposito   {K:26} 12/6/2004
Ottima immagine, ciao

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Kurt LaRue Kurt LaRue   {K:5067} 12/6/2004
Finally, the beautiful goddess in all her glory! Her eyes are glowing, her chrome smile is disarming and her sleek, polished skin is reflecting her kingdom.
Thanks for showing us the original, too. It's great to see what can be done in PS with the right skill and judgement. Excellent collaborative effort gentlemen. Congrats on the award, Hugo. Kurt

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B:)liana    {K:30945} 12/6/2004
Perfect in all. love it dear Hugo. just as for a Commercial/advertising. Bravo!
Kiss, Biliana

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Michael Kanemoto Michael Kanemoto   {K:22115} 12/6/2004
Hugo:

Appears to be a success - critique of the day, many comments, and a lot of views.

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Richard Dakin   {K:12915} 12/6/2004
Great detail and a wonderful sky. I especially like the location you have chosen for this shot. The ultra-smooth surface of the car hood contrasts superbly with the texture of the ground. This turns a shot of a somewhat mundane vehicle into something really special. Oh, and Thilo is right ..... Fadel J shoots amazing skies.

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Lee Harris   {K:14694} 12/6/2004
Very good composition I think the clouds bring a power to this shot ( I would have never know they were worked over)
Excellent detail of the car and I love the cloud reflections on the hood.
Well done.
Lee

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Amna Al Shamsi   {K:21795} 12/6/2004
Wonderful! the sky make it really looks beautiful. Nice cool car

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/6/2004
So do I...:)

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vladimir antic vladimir antic   {K:3307} 12/6/2004
I love this car

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 12/6/2004
hi Hugo
ohhh finally we see all entire one to it. she is she jewels of the 1973... grey lead and yellow lights! I hope that you can find more time for we, for the situated one. yours contribute it is precious in comment and works...
congrats for the FC!
cheers
roby
7

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Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 12/6/2004
Congrats on the Featured Critique Award! =)

Cheers

Patrick J

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Stefan Engström   {K:24473} 12/6/2004
It is very good of course. Two things struck me as I ponder this image. First, you have the lights on. In a way it gives me the message that this car is "alive" and probably runs quite well. The other thing that occured to me is that while the sky looks great, it is now starting to compete with the car for attention, and I am not sure that it is altogether a good thing...

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Heath Bennett   {K:4429} 12/6/2004
Everything about this photo is as close to perfect as can be EXCEPT - I'm not in the drivers seat :)

Great shot Hugo

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Fadel J Fadel J   {K:13974} 12/6/2004
Amazing angle of this beautiful car Hugo! I do love this series very much, and Michael definitely did a fantastic job! Regarding our dear friend Thilo's comment, it is an honor and pleasure to me! :)

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Bobby Mun Bobby Mun   {K:3709} 12/6/2004
Hi Hugo, your shot is very well composed with nice details... the mixture of black and white clouds against the blue sky are very nice.

Beautiful shot !

Cheers ! Bobby

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Marcio Janousek Marcio Janousek   {K:32538} 12/6/2004
Great picture Hugo..

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Tiro Leander   {K:19060} 12/6/2004
I like this one, although i have never had any strong "feeling" for cars - i see them as a way to get from a to b. :-). I like the colors so much here, really delicious, and especially the yellow lights... really great picture!

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Maria Luisa Vial   {K:36017} 12/6/2004
Beautiful picture Hugo... Love the details of this beauty... Excellent angle... Nice job with the sky it looks incredible...

Cheers,

MaLuisa

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Regina Rianelli   {K:24147} 12/5/2004
WOW......... Hugo!

what a superb shot of a Beauty!
i enjoy the crisp view of the scenery and the cotton clouds: great job!!!

Groetjes + kind regards,
Regina

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Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 12/5/2004
Awesome scenery.. superb depth also! I like the clarity in this image.. and the very thoughtful composition. Lovely colors and sharpness is where it should be (on the car). Great work! =))

Cheers

Patrick J

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Verena Rentrop Verena Rentrop   {K:15233} 12/5/2004
Ciao Hugo,

good to see you, missed you a lot...
I like to be surprised from you, why not.
Guess what, I understand your fascination
of the car for you, more elegant then any
modern car.

Thanks to you for the car and the composition,
thanks to Michael for the magic!

A hug,
Verena

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Chris Spracklen   {K:32552} 12/5/2004
Wonderful shot whichever way you look at it, Hugo!!
Sharp, clear, colourful, balanced exposure, good composition!
Great!
)
Chris

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
heheheh..... The turning headlights only have a (useful) effect at slow speeds, where you need to steer more vigurously. I guess it can only be copied now, because Citroen has been safeguarding it's invention by patents... It seems Citroen is the Philips of cars: The best inventions but no substantial profit to follow it...;)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Jaroslav Dole?al   {K:785} 12/5/2004
Very nice DDD

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Stephen  Bowden   {K:64141} 12/5/2004
Yes, I wondered about those lights - a super idea for then, amazing it has taken so long for this idea to catch on. A friend of mine could do with these on his motorbike as he seems to be having difficultites going around corners !

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
Hi Gino, Thanks my friend! Your comment means alot to me.... I agree, the first one is my absolute favourite too! Good to hear from you again!

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
Hi Stephen, thanks for your comment! Always a joy to hear from you. No PS in the headlights, I left them on deliberately. Note the turning headlights in the direction of the wheels. The DS was the first car to be equipped with that feature, and more than 30 years later, only a few other cars have introduced it recently....:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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Stephen  Bowden   {K:64141} 12/5/2004
Fabulous work Hugo, it just wouldn't turn out the same with my Toyota Avensis ;-)

Not sure if the headlights are on or maybe ps ? It doesn't matter though as the composition is super.

Excellent work !

Best wishes,
Steve

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Gino  Quattrocchi   {K:39580} 12/5/2004
Very beautiful the series
yours has been a trip inside the beauty of the mythical one
Citroen
The first one is justly BP
you are very educational with your job
a fundamental presence for the site

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Di Ciuccio Maurizio Di Ciuccio Maurizio   {K:57398} 12/5/2004
so beathy photo and magic auto...excellente point view for color and reflection very very good..composition esemplar...congrats my dear for beatifull job..a soon my friends hugo..ciao

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Lori Stitt   {K:75282} 12/5/2004
WOW, YEs, it is tweaked a 'bit'!!! What wonderful tools we have available for our photos.

Keep your head above the water dear friend!
Lori :)

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Marion Luijten   {K:6141} 12/5/2004
Michael did a great job on the sky. I wish I had his magic! :-)
But I like your angle and composition AND choice of aperture.
Groet, Marion

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Peter De Rycke Peter De Rycke   {K:41212} 12/5/2004
Indeed a magic car .. not surprising you got hooked on it ;-))
The photo is excellently worked on .. can't see any negative points !
Peter

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
Hi Thilo, Good to be back, and reading your comments is always a pleasure. "This one lets me dream a little dream".... That's exactly what this car does to me...:)

Ofcourse I know Fadel, and your comparison is flattering;)

The credit for the surreal colours and the work in the sky goes completely to Michael Kanemoto; He did magic to the shot I posted in my reply to Lori.

Cheers,

Hugo

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
Hi Lori, It's good to be back... I'm drowning in work these days. Thanks for your comment, it's so good to hear from you again! The credit for the sky goes to Michael, he tweaked this photo extensively in PS. Below, I've attached the original. Michael sure is a PS wiz....:)

Cheers,

Hugo

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1973 Goddess IV (Original shot)


Walter Scarella Walter Scarella   {K:19671} 12/5/2004
Hi Hugo, a very great compo, stunning light and colours, excellent DOF, Well done !!! Congrats.....Walter
ps
I'll just receive your mail, thank so much for the beautiful words very appreciate ! Merry Christmas also to you my Dear Friend. Ciao....Walter

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 12/5/2004
Hi Richard, I'm happy to acknowledge; the car is mine...:) A childhood dream; my dad had one when I was 3 y/o, and every since I got my license, I hoped to be driving a DS one day, and that day has finally come! It's awesome!

Cheers,

Hugo

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Richard Thornton   {K:26442} 12/5/2004
A perfect presentation of this Citroen. The sky lends just a little surrealism, in keeping with the unconventional design of the car. Is this your car, Hugo?

Sorry usefilm has been so slow for me that I can't make many comments. Maybe it will improve?

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Amit Saha Amit Saha   {K:3131} 12/5/2004
Excellent work Hugo. The sky is stunning and like your eye for details viz. the car's headlamps turned on, the reflections....wonderful composition

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Lori Stitt   {K:75282} 12/5/2004
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique Hi Hugo,
Nice to hear from you. I just knew you must have a new 'Goddess' up today'! And sure enough, here is this beauty again! Yep, I would for sure have a love affair with this car, such a HANDSOME vehicle this is. Very sporty looking, even though you mentioned it really isn't 'little'!

I like this image, the sky is OUTSTANDING, for sure the right day to photograph her!
I especially like the reflections of the clouds in the nice paintjob. Great lighting

And the warmth of the headlights really make this car SING!!

A nice shot overall.
Lori :)

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Ursula Luschnig Ursula Luschnig   {K:21723} 12/5/2004
Hi Higo,your photos of this wonderful 'Kult' car are the best advertising for Citroen!And for your creativity of course :)
Cheers,Ursula

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Ted vandenBergh   {K:5119} 12/5/2004
Hi Hugo, long tome no see. I just LOVE this car and it's a great picture too. So you made my day. Kind regards, Ted

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Thilo Bayer Thilo Bayer   {K:50358} 12/5/2004
Dear Hugo,

this one lets me dream a little dream ;-)

Reminds me strongly of a great landscape composer, Fadel J (not sure if you know him).

it has a surreal touch as the colors don't have the same saturation (especially when comparing the grass with the blue in the sky). But I do like this surreal look a lot. makes this picture even more dramatic and great. the reflections on the car itself are awesome.

Some unusual stuff from you. it's nice to see that even a master can make progressions ;-)

Thilo

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Gustavo Scheverin Gustavo Scheverin   {K:164501} 12/5/2004
Un auto mķtico, un exelente cielo y reflejos.
Muy buena foto!

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Orazio Minnella Orazio Minnella   {K:49417} 12/5/2004
Great scene and beautiful shot.Excellent composition with a nice background.
Orazio

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Gerhard Hoogterp   {K:4863} 12/5/2004
Very dramatic sky which gives a nice extra to this already quite nice image.. Well done..

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Teunis Haveman Teunis Haveman   {K:53426} 12/5/2004
Hugo, good and great sky and cloud reflections on this beautiful Car
Great landscape and sharp to the horizon
Teunis

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