Color or B/W?
Color or B/W?
Circa 19th century. Beautiful piece. B/W or color?
My girlfriend’s great-great grandparents. Maybe Civil War era, roughly? Can’t decide whether I like the color or b/w better. Thoughts?
After decades of being lost this 15 by 30 foot screen is one of the treasures displayed at the Wing Luke Museum in Seattle. The scrim was an extra large yellow pages for local Japanese-American companies. If you failed to pay your bill they painted over your spot. The restoration was guided by the asbestos content of the material – a clear resin-based product holds the pigments in place. The screen now graces the 59 seat Tateuchi Story Theatre at the Wing museum.
The last Boeing 247 still in flying condition – NC13347, the City of Renton, in United Airlines livery
The Boeing Air Transport 247 entered service on May 22, 1933. It set a cross-country pace of 19 1/2 hours during its inaugural flight between San Francisco and New York. It marked the first time airline passengers could fly across the nation without changing planes or stopping overnight.
The other day I posted Grille, a close-up on the front end of a 1934 (I think) Ford. I’ve output that shot in a few different ways, looking for the best version. The original was a low-saturation take with the sign in the background taken way down in the processing phase. Here are two other iterations. First, the B/W that I think most people are going to prefer: