Mon 15-Oct-12 01:24 AM | edited Mon 15-Oct-12 01:27 AM by Bravozulu
I'm the OP on this thread. I just found 2 jpeg versions of the images I discarded. And they show the dull, underexposed nature of the files. Caused by attaching a CP filter to my 16-85mm lens.
If you'll look the first image in this thread, showing a white Corvette, the 2 photos here of a 56 Thunderbird were shot in the same light and at same Aperture setting. The Histogram was moved to left of center, with a spike (the bright chrome) at the extreme right edge.
As I remember the day, the paint jobs on both the Corvette and Thunderbird were awfully good, showing high gloss.