Vintage Slide

I am officially getting loopy. I need human interaction and some good old belly whacking. And I am draining the Sausage folder to fumes now. I even am color correcting some, and even mushing some together to make more sausage. It’s come to that. And of course its best to let the images do the talking.

The other vintage slide from that same moment

What happens when I make one image? A Header!

Old ratty image

Kinda fixed

Old photo

Cleaned up and color corrected as it would have been. For those of you that are wondering is this okay? YES. 50% of a photos truth is told in the dark room and processing. 99% of the shots you see are processed at a drug store on a machine. Real photos are done individually to bring out the truth. All this was there, just processed and aged out.

Now if you will excuse me, I have another deck to build. YES. I am now a deck master. WTH? Here at the house. I wont bore you with that. Well maybe. Later. Maybe. UGH. 20 ish days.

 

 

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16 Responses to “Sausage Mish Mash Mush”
  1. RH in NY

    In the last photo, that is definitely a deck dock, as most docks are decks.

  2. Jim Staib

    It’s the weekend. We got no degrees. I have a very small pile started for Tavares. Truck goes in Wednesday for service. Getting ready. Do I continue today or go to the Junker snowmobile races?

    • steve

      Hey Jim, go to the races and smell some good old 2 stroke oil nutin better. Here in Cape Coral FL its been record setting temps in the high eighties for this week and will be next week, so you think your suffering

  3. John Rothert

    first transom shot looks like a Thomson…bent rib for sure…lot of weight for that boat and motor…lots of old time fun though!
    Think Troy and Sandi head down soon.
    20ish days.

    John in Va

  4. Floydrturbo

    I had a darkroom bought from neighbor, a rep for a print from slides process he sold to newspapers as they shot slides back in the day. I tried printing my best boat pictures but didn’t know about the “golden hour” and had too many hot spots and reflections to deal with even with UV lense filter. My best pics were from a Nascar events when I had a track pass and got on the grid for the start. Got great shots of Petty, Yarbrough, et al not having to deal with water reflections. I was still on the grid when they started engines and rolled out. Wish I had IPhone or better for that video. Nearly lost my hearing.

  5. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P)

    Cool skiing pictures! Brings back a lot of memories. I agree John, that is a Thompson.I always appreciate a good sausage day. Even if the scraps are getting thinner.

  6. Capt. Cranky

    Hey….here’s a thread or woodyboater community idea, let’s crowd source new or innovative products. Be fun to see what the collective intellect and imagination comes up with!

  7. Randy

    Gosh, I don’t see any land in the background — maybe a sailboat in the distance. Water looks a bit rough, on the Great Lakes maybe?

  8. Ron in Seattle

    I missed the deck debate yesterday… leave it natural wood, paint won’t really stick to treated wood, and you will have to keep painting it. Plus, your dark colors and going to fade over time.

  9. Capt. Bob

    I was just wondering what software you are using for photo correction. I don’t have much luck with the included camera software on my Samsung tablet.

  10. Matt

    Photoshop from Adobe. Its the pro choice and does far more than just color correction.