AND ALL THE SMILES THAT I WEAR AND ALL THE GAMES THAT I PLAY

I think every owner, despite the amount of blood, sweat and tears into their current build, secretly admits behind closed doors that there are a few cars they prefer over their own. For me, a Slate Grey ’67S is one of them.

Gorgeous.

Outrageous.

“Gorageous”.

What would you give up to gain?

And a before shot of for those who prefer the camera doing all the post processing.

 

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8 Responses to AND ALL THE SMILES THAT I WEAR AND ALL THE GAMES THAT I PLAY

  1. Marius says:

    I had a look over some of your older posts and werk. I need to stop reading this blog because you are obviously going mad.

    First you start trying to please people with your “before” shots. My opinion is that the old blogger wasn’t interested in what others thought. Because others get in the way of creativity.

    Now this…?

    The reason I came here once upon a time was because your car.

    No apologies for my rant as I opulent have bothered if I didn’t care. Please delete đŸ™‚

    marius

  2. Ted says:

    Like it!

  3. Dave Pugh says:

    Slate Gray is Porsche’s best on early 911’s and 356’s. Great with red interior too!

  4. Cris H. says:

    Doc Lazarus old 67S. Slate Gray with Ivory Interior, a stunning color combination. I have a lot of seat time on this car after we picked it up in Portland in fall of 2001 and drove it back to SF Bay Area in 9 hours. We repeated the trip again sometime in 2004 when we drove it back to Portland where Doc relocated . He sold it to his good friend Tom Fender who still owns it and keeps it in tip top shape.

  5. Tom Michelsen says:

    http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=1496695

    Bob- Here’s a slate grey 69-912 that you could add to your stable…..

  6. Gerome says:

    Hello Bob,

    Im a very young enthusiast of your pictures and i would dream of some help like a tutorial of the creative steps about post processing the photographs . . .hope its not top secret (???) im trying out some post processing (for very long time now…) but unfortunately not being a photograph myself i really struggle on that !
    Anyway big applause for the ART.

  7. Bob Tilton says:

    Hi Gerome. Thanks! Lots and lots of adjustment layers! I wouldn’t say it’s a secret but I have spent numerous hours feeding my mind with beautiful imagery then plucking what I like to develop a look. However, the look is always changing because I’m always feeding. For that reason(s), my workflow is always changing too.

    I could offer a tutorial but I like to see people travel down their own paths of self discovery and develop their own styles. Personally, I’m inspired by mostly photography that is not automotive related. You just have to keep experimenting and exploring. Hopefully you will never reach your destination…like me.

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