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Ruth G. Sikes
I love your abandoned cars. I find great beauty in them. I'm also a photographer (ruthgsikes.com) There is so much beauty in your photos! I often wonder about the lives these vehicles lived before someone dumped them. Thanks.
WOW! These galleries are amazing! When are you going to have a gallery show in New York? That would give me a reason to go there in a split second!
Bonjour tout le monde sa va ?
Interested in some photos, do you sell them and how big can you go. looking for some of the 1940 ford pictures.
I thought you might like the series Dan.
can I have your mail adress? I have found one pic i love, and I wonder if I can have one original foto of this pic that I can make a big poster\wall paper to have in my shop??
Dan: Love your galleries! Your HDR work with automobiles is incredible...keeps me inspired! Keep up the good work!
I have received since some days your book.It is a professional Album, the presentation and the printing are well done.I like the cover (hard version).
For the inside ...Is is rich and full of love for the Automotive Industry Stuffs.
A great Book for the lovers of Wonderful of our World
Hello Dan! Just want to thank you for sharing you amazing photos! Have enjoyed a lot browsing your galleries. You have a great eye for photography; colors, lightning and composition - all excellent! Thank you! - Anitta -
The Heritage man
Dan, I just want to say that I'm surprised by the quality of your Car galleries and the way you treated them. Their all little Gems! Keep them coming!
Neal P. Knight
Nice to have meet you Dan, at Starliners 2012. I asked the 4x4 rat rod about his hood ornament he didn't know what it was either. Anyway, Enjoyed your pics have lots of my friends in there. :) Have a good one. Neal aka NEALS49
Your photos are awesome!!! They in a different way, remind me of my photography.
I photograph guitars. photoweborama.wordpress.com
Where are all these cars located? we were thinking of using parts like that for a display in our backyard.
All the best, Mark
Dan: I own the 1940 international woodie and my brother owns the orange 55 coe next to it thanks for taking the picture of it . I want one how do i get one? thanks terry
Thanks very much Richard for checking out my book and your favorable comments. The Blurb commenting thing is kind of strange - I am not sure how it works either.
Saw your Car Magic Book on Blurb. Great work. You work is very inspiring. I tried to
leave a comment on Blurb, but it didn't seem to work.
its a real plesure to wach your imprecive shots.you have the bigest car shots colection i have ever seen and they are so beautiful.
C Ann How
Hi Dan, your book is pretty spectacular and so very interesting! Love to see you do a large print show sometime too.
Hi Dan. Wendy Oppenheimer told me about your work and I would like to purchase a photograph. Can you please explain to me the process? Thanks. Rene Feil
Fernandina Beach just had the Concourse of Elegance with beautiful cars shown on Centre St.; I made some abstracts of reflections. Your site serves as an inspiration and shows how far these images can be taken! Will keep checking back.
How can I purchase a print (or printable file) of a photo you did of my 1960 Invicta at the 2011 Grand National Roadster Show? I love your treatment of that image!
Thanks, Bob Whitaker
Hello Dan, Thanks for your nice comments! Your photos and photoshop work are wonderful. You've created works of art.
Dan, My name is Deidre Haska. I'm one of the show promoters of the Rocky Mountain Rod & Custom Car Show. Your work is absolutely amazing!! We ran across your gallery of our event. WOW!!! We'd love to chat with you regarding your work and the possibility of getting to use some of it for PR and advertising. In addition, we would love to invite you to participate in this years Art of the Automobile featured at our event. Can you please send me an email so I'm able to get an invite to you. Please respond at your earliest convenience. email@example.com Thank you!! Deidre
Just wanted to document my appreciation of your talent and your work posted here. Truly excellent.
Hi Dan, Thank you so much for your continued support of my HDR galleries. Your kind words are very much appreciated. I love your work too especially the cars. I like the angles and perspectives, you have a great eye for them.
I aspire to such greatness! My love affair with hotrods and quest to capture their soul through the camera lense, is ever so inspired by your work. Be it trailer queen perfection, or rusted-out bone yard beauties...
Hi Dan-Thanks for the comments. I had to follow up to see your gallery. Some amazing stuff there. Will had to add you to my favorites. Thansk again, Jim
Hi there Dan. I love the images and I wonder if you can give me some tips on where to go in order to find car graveyards, abandonned cars... I lived for 4 years in the States and that is where my interest for the abandonned cars developed. I am planning on coming to the States this summer and go from Los Angeles all the way to New York and if you can give me some advice I would appreciate it. If you come to Sweden I can give you some tips for this tipe of photography.
All the best. Andreas
Beautiful images Dan. Great talent.
DAN, THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS ON MY IMAGES. AFTER LOOKING AT YOUR SITE ALL I CAN SAY IS AMAZING. GREAT HDR. RICK
I'm interested in purchasing some of your work. Can you tell me how to go about getting pricing? I love it!
I wish you a Happy New year and all the best to you and yours for 2011 !
Merci DAN to appreciate my work and to be so Friendly in your approach.
You get a great artistic eye when I look for the Cars Galleries.
You get a good smile and a Charming Wife Monique as I see the picture of your profile.
Have a good Life together
I'm a friend of Peggy Dietz and I am just learning about Focus. I saw your car photo gallery and wondered if you have ever been to CarHenge in Nebraska. I have some photos of it. I will hunt through my files to find them and send you one if you are interested. I'm not even a car nut and I went bonkers over the place.
very exciting photography... thanks
I´m really in awe with your *Architecture at MIT* gallery Dan, every image is such a plesure to view for me, thanks for posting, have a wonderful sunday and thanks for your very kind comments on my abstracts, Rosemarie :o))
Thanks for the comments that you made in my photos!!
I invite you to see my recent and new personal site:
Feel free to let a comment :)
Thanks for the compliments. After viewing your galleries, it's even more appreciated. Very nice work all around!!
I really enjoyed you KKOA pictures.
I was wonder if you tell me basicalloy how you got the effect for the 1st picture and the 1950 Pickup you sent to Jalopy Journal.
I take photogrsphs for our club website.
I want to brighten it up a little and that is why the question.
classicnights.com Cruise Night Pictures
is very, very fine art i´m speechless!
Dan, YOU R THE MAN! your galleries have got the old mans blood racing. Racing to see the next picture and then the next gallery you have allowed us to see. I know everyone has a certain passion, and am I glad yours is cars, customs, rats, rods, leads, etc. Thank you so much for sharing. jb1rd
Just added you to my favorites. You may be the best auto shooter on pbase. Keep 'em comin'
Thank you so much for stopping by my galleries.
It seem you have a great passion for cars , those are wonderful to photograph.
DUTCH van Atlanta
Monument Valley and Capital Reef (no plural in the name, btw) photographs are very nice. One of my favorite parts of the US.
I am a classic car photographer in Kansas City. I have really enjoyed your gallery.
I have the best classic automobile show in the midwest coming up in late June.
Would you share some of your techniques? I would be wiling to compensate you for sharing as well to complete some images for me.
Thanks for the consideration.
That's my gold 50 Merc from the round up, beutiful work, how can I get prints to frame?
Jasja van Leeuwen
Thanks for your visit and comments, Dan! I love your use of post-processing, and spent a little too much time wandering around your site (I'm at work...) Cheers.
Exciting, bold, and outrageous detail in your shots. Your work is an inspiration!
Thank you so much for sharing those splendid photos Dan ... My visit is absolutely not finished ... and I'll be back often ... You have a great photographer eye ! And I love your photo subjects too .... See you soon here !
Hi Dan, Thank you for visiting my gallery and leaving the kind words. All I could say when I your work popped up on the screen is, "WOW!!!" I love the clarity and compostition of your work combined with the way you selectively push the colors. Surprise surprise, but I love the super saturated look. I also love the little details like the Jeep GC at the drive-in where the sidewalk kind of falls off the edge. Beautiful portfolio!! Fred in Snowmass Village, CO.
Fotis D. Tirokomos
and one thing more.
each time i visit your galleries i have a feeling of coming home and getting into wonderland at the same time.
Fotis D. Tirokomos
i just wanted to say thanks for the inspiration. Your work and process style in cars appeals to me so greatly. i keep coming back to your galleries to enjoy, admire, and get ideas.
Amazing work! How can I contact you for prints?
Thanks a lot for visiting my gallery and giving me encouraging message!
Thank you so much for the kind comments. You are a truly amazing artist whose vision I really appreciate. I am in awe!
How can I get a digital file of a picture you took of my hot rod?
Kathy Colby Kurasch aka
Thank you Dan for being my first entry in my guestbook! I appreciate you taking the time. Your photography is amazing and inspiring. Thank you so much. DasBoogz
Dan do you sell your works?? also want to show you something i do..www.metalanimation.com
Dan, your work is amazing, thanks so much for sharing your time and expertise on my old clunker. It has never looked better! Raul Talk to you soon!
dan, will be in pueblo friday evening and saturday will return early sunday morning i will be at la quinta in june 26-28 2009. hope we can touch base, Raul
1950 buick sedanette
Thank you for commenting on my work. I enjoyed viewing your photo's. Great photo's, all of them.
wow! great photos-real nice to meet you today at the the car show.
Thank you very much for your visits and kind comments... and thanks to share your talented and creative work here !
Nikon Mama - Birgitte Ott
Thanks so much for showing me the way into your stunning gallery!!! I've almost lost my tounge ... (good, that I can at least use my keyboard ;o)) You present a fantastic and impressing work; creative and very artful indeed! What a talent you have - I really admire your work! Your perfection is powerful as is your personal style - my hat goes off!!! All the best, Birgitte Ott, Denmark
Dan,thank for the comment at my gallerie.The Chevrolet car show was the foothill region
VCCA in Pasadena California.
Thanks so much Dan for helping me identify the cars from the show. Boy, do you know your cars, and you are an inspiration for my photographing them. Your graphic creations are outstanding.
Dan, thanks for the comment at my site. You have a lot of great old car shots. Anybody ever tell you that you are obsessed with them?
How do you like your D300?
Thank You for your comment and vote on my Grizzly Bear image. You have a wonderful collection of galleries.
Many thanks for all your visits and for your fabulous comments of my pictures.
I admire your fantastic galleries full of creative and colored wonders. You make pictures with much visual variety and high visual impact. Your excellent work is very pleasant to look, my friend.
Congratulations and all the best for you, Dan !
Dan, you ARE talented ! What great photos, I had no idea you had this in you...but then..am always talking to Moni only ! :o)
Keep going, love to see more... Uta
Time to write how I admire your passion for car imagery. A great inspiration and great achievement.
great photos..are you the dan greenberg i dated in nyc a few times in the 8o's.
You are too kind! Sincere thanks for the very uplifting compliments.....
i just thoroughly enjoyed perusing your galleries! I am glad you chose B&W for several images. Color is great, but B&W still shines! take a peek at my work; i am a new PBaser and welcome input ...marcia
Your 56 ford reflections are both 55 Fords. The black Ford is a 55 There was no Y8 insignia on the 56 models. Instead there was a slender aggressive looking Thunderbird about 4" long with a small Y8 insignia The pchrome parking light covers are round, on the 56 they were rectangular.
The chrome on the car reflected on the Vickie in the background is definitly 55. The forward section of chrome extended past the vee at the front door by about three or four inches on the early 56 models. Later in 56 the chrome would split about 4" apart at the door all the way to the rear. The 56 also had exhausts that came through the lower part of the rear bumper. My Dad owned a 56 and my best freinds Dad owned a 55. Both were Police Interceptors. CB
Thanks for the comments on my gallery! Looks like we live in the same great small town too! who knew?
Hope to see you around town!
The site looks great, and I'm lovin all those old cars....I see what you mean about the rt. click and your verbage about copyright... yes, I need to put that code in too.
Thanks so much for your help and comments.
Great website. I particularily like "Relics in the Wild". Your choices of environment just add so much to the car story.
I appreciate all your wonderful comments on pictures; it seems you're a fan of civilization history. I admire your great work; keep it up and share it with us, please.
Danny Barton sent me to your site. Nice work may want a couple of prints. Love them old Chevy's!!
Thanks Dan for your many kind comments and votes on my abstract works, I´m glad you liked them, Rosemarie :o)
The site looks great! Great pics. See you at the next meeting.
Dan,these photos are awesome! Congratulations on such fabulous work. Linda
Hi Dan. Thanks for stopping by. Yep, we're on similar wavelengths with those cars, but I've only seen...maybe...about four or five of the real old/abandoned kind since the late 70's.