Some kind of carved-up mid-’60s GM wagon, with mixed red, blue and green light.
Full moon, truck-stop sodium vapor lamps, yellow, red, blue and white light from the Protomachine flashlight, from a ridiculous number of angles. It took about 12 tries to get it right, and I still ended up compositing for DOF and stacking light.
One employee says there’s more than 200 Chrysler Imperials in this corner of the junkyard. While I’m certain that’s an exaggeration, I counted over 100 (Early 1950s to 1970-ish) before I gave up. This moss-covered ’64 Le Baron still has the keys hanging out of the trunk AND the coolest gas door ever! Red and […]
Oh boy, a new fisheye lens! This should make my weird pictures even weirder. And pose lots of new challenges, like getting lights, tripod legs and shadows in the shot. A junkyard ’56 Chrysler, full moon, Protomachine flashlight. 80-second exposure.
A new addition at Paul’s Junkyard last October, this halved ’77 El Camino, with its burnt-out interior, has already disappeared into the gaping maw of the recycling machines in The Pit. 426-seconds, early in the evening, in the total darkness before the moonrise. Neutral-white-set Protomachine flashlight from 2 directions.