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July 8, 2014
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Some may remember a photo I posted long, long ago of an old model car.
Well, this morning when walking into my kitchen, I saw it’s shadow on the kitchen wall.
With nary a thought, I ran to my camera to capture this remarkable moment.

Anyway…. here is the car and it’s shadow.
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July 8, 2014
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This is cool Mandrake, both the car and the shadow. I really like your post processing on the car.Well done!

July 8, 2014
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I remember the original shot. Need an explanation – the 1st shot nicely focused B&W of an old model car.
2nd shot – Post processing to colourize and achieve desired effect.
Looks like Ps paint and a few other tricks applied.
Let us know how you did it.
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July 8, 2014
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Dale, I think Mandrake just has green walls. Am I wrong? 

July 8, 2014
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The shadow shot is just that, a shadow.
I did add some contrast and clarity in Lr.
And yes, as Oksana says, the shadow is on the green wall of my kitchen.

Here is another shot taken at the same time. This image is OOC except for cropping.
It includes the car shadow, as well as the shadow of Cap’t Wino.  We all remember him, I’m sure.
The dark lines are the window frame shadows and at the right is the wood of the door frame.
I did not move or “stage” anything before taking the shots.
This is the way I found it.

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