Most PCs have random video hardware/software and random monitors that have never been calibrated and aren't necessarily designed to work together (at least on a high level), so bad imagery isn't uncommon.
I had the opportunity to visit the Lane Museum a few years ago; as the cars on display rotate, it seems as though I should make a return trip. It was fascinating, to say the least! This was an interesting presentation which I really enjoyed!! 🙂
One can be both. It wouldn't have a 'special' quality if the photos were taken during the day. It's an intimate look at the museum and the cars, which would be lost with "regular" photos that would merely document the cars. If one intrigues you it can be easily researched.
If you ever find yourself in Nashville, do not leave without visiting the Lane. It is one of the most interesting collections I have ever run across. We knew we were about to experience something special when we pulled into the parking garage and ended up parking next to a work in progress Amphicar. Pay the small fee to visit the basement which is as fascinating as the main floor display area.
Wonderful and thank you. Lane's taste is eclectic to say the least, and the photography would have been improved under better lighting. Many cars to comment on, but all very interesting and Sam does a great job on historical aspects. Well done. I will do my best to get to the Museum.
Well written and photographed. I can do an internet search to find out more about any of these cars and more detailed pictures, but the way the article was presented drew me in and made me feel like I went along for the ride as each car was discovered as it materialized from the dark. Great job, keep it up please.
I think people are missing the point of the article "NIGHT" at the museum... I have been to the Lane Museum and it is a great place to visit. Jeff Lane is an incredible host and very knowledgeable, but most of all, he loves to share the fun. Working in a museum myself, I feel the difference of the cars by day and by night in the dark, it's a totally different experience. I hope Hagerty would consider visiting Stahl's Auto Collection for this series.