Bradley front view in San Jose, CA by Richardphotos ()
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Image Comments (13)
JohnnyM () 10:22AM | Thu, 24 June 2021
Nice shot of this tank in the shade. Your photos are always so clear and well done...you have great talent and skills buddy! :-)
Greywolf44 () Online Now! 10:37AM | Thu, 24 June 2021
The Bradley was developed and built right here in San Jose, CA by the FMC corp. I almost worked there but I got hired by a computer company just up the road (LOL). Very cool photo.
RodS () 1:20PM | Thu, 24 June 2021
Sweet shot of this Bradley, Richard. Sometimes I think I need one of these the way people drive around here.
anahata.c () 10:09PM | Tue, 29 June 2021
when you first posted this, I thought that someone came by to visit, and parked their tank in the street! Obviously that wasn't the case---this is a sacred spot to many---but the way you captured it---ie, in the shade of those beautiful trees, and on the road, so still and casual---it looks like someone drove it to visit you, and left it in the road (and took the keys). A wonderful cozy shot of a beast. It looks so peaceful in this shot. Like the driver git it cheap at a used tank lot...wonderful photo, Richard, esp full size...
Elcet () 3:29AM | Thu, 01 July 2021
Hmm… Use the flash to lighten the front of this tank, you could then have a much better image. — Alternatively, in either DxO PhotoLab or Nikon Capture NX_D (freeware), using the fantastic U-Points technology, you could selectively improve the light of the tank or give it more contrast. — OK you use a Canon camera, but do notice that Nikon Capture NX-D works with ANY Jpg or Tiff file. So if you are shooting a raw picture, convert it to Tiff 16bits to use Nikon Capture NX-D.