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04-26-2010 05:09 PM
FEandGoingBroke
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Damn! We're getting slammed by spammers today
04-26-2010 11:46 AM
candy
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

hello everyone! i was finally able to register today and i was so happy for the feedback on my photos. i am SO new to it but i just love old cars!!

i could not believe what a nice buncha folks were on the site and at FordMuscle.com when i emailed them. it's nice knowin' there truly are some good people left around ain't it??

THANK YOU ALL!!!
04-25-2010 11:18 AM
ruuustytruck
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

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Originally Posted by Mikelonis View Post
You may be surprised, or not, about the hundreds of inquiries FordMuscle receives monthly from manufacturers, public relations representatives, and sole proprietors looking to have their products or services promoted on FordMuscle. 99.9% of these inquiry types come in the form of a generic email blast with no personal touch or attempt to connect with the site administrators. Nor do the inquiries make an attempt to offer you, the community, a value proposition. Needless to say, if an inquiry doesn't show personality, real thought, or value, then it goes in the trash.

Today however, in a rare display, we received a kind and personal email from an aspiring photographer simply looking to have her automotive photography shown on FordMuscle. While its got to be tough making a profession of photography during the digital era, here are some beautiful shots from Candace West.

I am sure she would love to hear your thoughts on her photos, so please sound off here. And please, resist the tempatation to trash the GM photos. Focus on the art you muggs!
It's all good. Regardless of manufacturer, I love the rusty,"field fresh" pics. Good luck to her. Maybe consider allowing her to submit a snapshot of the month..........Just a thought. Good for you guys as well, for the positive note for her.

respectfully,


K.D. Chambers/Ruuustytruck
04-23-2010 06:43 PM
Tex
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

Judging from the pic of Cadillac Ranch in the Panhandle and the truck with the blue/red/lonestar on the the hood. She must be doing some of her shoots here in Texas. Gotta say, the pic of the old chevy with the trunk in the bed is pretty cool.
04-23-2010 01:42 PM
Nick the DSM
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

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Originally Posted by 70leadfoot View Post
I like them, my favorite is the cars stuck in the dirt. Nice Job !!!
Thats Cadillac Ranch, IIRC.
04-23-2010 08:24 AM
carstenseth
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

I love these
04-23-2010 07:11 AM
FEandGoingBroke
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

It's even more obvious that she painted that either from a picture or on site...

Too many details missing to be a picture that's been filtered, and too correct to have done it from memory unless it's a pornographic memory like mine.

Good stuff!
04-23-2010 07:09 AM
FEandGoingBroke
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

That is also my favorite and is a painting of the back of a 53 Ford Customline Victoria!

Yes, she obviously paints too
04-23-2010 12:50 AM
Mikelonis
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

Just noticed the rusty tailight one is either a photo of a car painted on a fence or some real trick photoshop work (or a filter!). That's my favorite of the batch, don't know what car it is though. Anybody?
04-23-2010 12:46 AM
Mikelonis
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

oops, typo. Thanks Gary. West it is.
04-22-2010 10:30 PM
FEandGoingBroke
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

Candace West or Wallace? She take great pictures! Excellent color beautiful symmetry.
04-22-2010 10:20 PM
scotts68coupe
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

very well done i say,,i would'nt mind having some blown up and hanging 'round my 'puter room..
Scott
04-22-2010 08:01 PM
mustang68mustangs
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

Very Nice
04-22-2010 07:56 PM
70leadfoot
Re: Niceness Breeds Niceness

I like them, my favorite is the cars stuck in the dirt. Nice Job !!!
04-22-2010 07:24 PM
Mikelonis
Niceness Breeds Niceness

You may be surprised, or not, about the hundreds of inquiries FordMuscle receives monthly from manufacturers, public relations representatives, and sole proprietors looking to have their products or services promoted on FordMuscle. 99.9% of these inquiry types come in the form of a generic email blast with no personal touch or attempt to connect with the site administrators. Nor do the inquiries make an attempt to offer you, the community, a value proposition. Needless to say, if an inquiry doesn't show personality, real thought, or value, then it goes in the trash.

Today however, in a rare display, we received a kind and personal email from an aspiring photographer simply looking to have her automotive photography shown on FordMuscle. While its got to be tough making a profession of photography during the digital era, here are some beautiful shots from Candace West.

I am sure she would love to hear your thoughts on her photos, so please sound off here. And please, resist the tempatation to trash the GM photos. Focus on the art you muggs!

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