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    liking the HDR,s good stuff sgt.pepper and that lil old fiesta looks gr8 as a hdr i had one of them as my first car.:)


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    Quote Originally Posted by daddybear View Post
    liking the HDR,s good stuff sgt.pepper and that lil old fiesta looks gr8 as a hdr i had one of them as my first car.:)
    That would have looked better as a HDR as well mate

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    love these pics wish i stumbled across stuff like this.

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    Nice photos there, I found this place a few months back, did you look in the quarry for the 1960's car wrecks, and little garage?
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

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    By little garage do you mean the one right next to the tanks? If so I tried but it was sealed, I'd heard there was alot of old cars in there but alas
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    Never a crane around when you need one, is there?

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    Default Great pics


    Great pics, did you photoshop them at all? Just curious as to if and what you may have done to the photos to get them looking so good.

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    It may be an unpopular opinion, but is there any chance of seeing the actual photographs you used to make these? They're well composed, but frankly I'm certain they looked a lot better without all this HDR nonsense. I really don't see why some people feel the need to apply it to every photograph they take, especially on a flat day with very low dynamic range like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiamCH View Post
    It may be an unpopular opinion, but is there any chance of seeing the actual photographs you used to make these? They're well composed, but frankly I'm certain they looked a lot better without all this HDR nonsense. I really don't see why some people feel the need to apply it to every photograph they take, especially on a flat day with very low dynamic range like this.
    I wouldn't mind seeing the originals as well. I'm all for HDR and like the results you get from the process but I like to see the photo's as you saw the view when you took them

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    Hi Sgt Pepper, the quarry next to the area with the tanks has a load of 1960's old cars, the building next to the tanks is well locked up.

    Here is my report from earlier this year, with non HDR photos if anyone is interested.

    https://www.derelictplaces.co.uk/main/showthread.php?t=10751
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

    The revery alone will do, if bees are few.

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