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Galaxie 500

color street photography by Markus Hartel, New York City

color at night… never done before ID10T

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Markus Hartel is a (street) photographer, graphic designer and educator living and working in New York City.
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14 Responses to “Galaxie 500”

  1. Herzeleyd says:

    Can you show me the Exif? I would like to know the lens, speed and f in that photo :)

  2. Leica M8, 21mm Voigtlander, f4, ISO 1250 -1EV, 1/60th

  3. J7CK says:

    happy ’09 =]

  4. andrei_bt says:

    great shot!
    how did you manage to achieve such amazing color tones?

  5. Herzeleyd says:

    Thank you, and… what a camera!!! 😀
    I love the colours ^_^

  6. thanks 😀
    color is pretty much “out of camera” and I increased the black levels a bit.

  7. Bob Brown says:

    Nice shot. Love the missing hub-cap and the mud splatter on the bottom of the door. A good photograph leaves the viewer with questions: Who is this guy, and what is he waiting for? Did the engine quit? The passersby don’t even notice him.

  8. jennifer says:

    That is a sweetass car! Good find.

  9. Noah Stephens says:

    Great color and composition. What kinda camera, lense, aperture, ISO and shutterspeed did you use?
    I just bought a XSi and I’m trying to learn as much as I can from photographers who do good work.
    Thank you!

  10. thanks! it’s in the 2nd comment

  11. Sebastian says:

    great frame. looks like some kind of blade runner style…

  12. brad daly says:

    we had one of those when i was a really little kid. it was brown.
    also a terribly underappreciated band.

  13. Darhy says:

    Great picture. Great processing. Reminds me NYC. I like it

  14. Chris Klug says:

    While I just love your work in general, this image in particular just astounds me. When did you start shooting the M8? I thought you did most of your street work with a 5D? There’s a quality to this that just makes my jaw drop. Bravo!