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  1. #6311
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    Where did you learn to do that then?
    Rooz probably did it in camera instead of post since no doubt that would be easier for him.

    I'm just jealous.
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  2. #6312
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    DPR, rich wrote out a full tutorial for me after i saw his motorbike poster series. lmfao

    RE: in camera stuff. just for kicks, i ran dlighting over the underexposed kyte shots incam. they turned out better in 3 clicks than what i did in PP which took about 15minutes per photo. not joking. that d-lighting shit actually works. lol
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  3. #6313
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    RE: in camera stuff. just for kicks, i ran dlighting over the underexposed kyte shots incam. they turned out better in 3 clicks than what i did in PP which took about 15minutes per photo. not joking. that d-lighting shit actually works. lol
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  4. #6314
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    Rooz, thats a stunning photo of the tiger...are these the zoo photo shoot you are slowly filtering through?
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  5. #6315
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Another picture of my vacation. This is the view from the ghost town of Tiermas:

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    Thats a really beautiful shot. Love the colours and composition.
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  6. #6316
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    It sucks having your shots overshadowed by such works of art.

    Oh well, guess I'll just have to do better
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  7. #6317
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Another picture of my vacation. This is the view from the ghost town of Tiermas:

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    Great shot. Beautiful colors
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  8. #6318
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    Hanger 18

    This is an old military hanger on an abandoned marine base. There are two of these buildings right next to each other and they are massive. It is hard to convey the size but if you look on the side of the building there is a large rollup door that is over 20 feet tall. It was tough to get pictures of them due to the fact that they are completely fenced off and trespassing on a military base did not sound like a good idea. (Click on the pic to see it larger.)
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  9. #6319
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    Wow thats a nice pic and good subject, the desaturated look fits well but im not sure about the vignetting. The bigger pic looks a bit soft but thats probably from uploading it on the net. Well done, me likes
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  10. #6320
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    Quote Originally Posted by esp View Post
    This is an old military hanger on an abandoned marine base.
    I assume that it's it's an airship hanger from the 1920s or 30s. I have seen a couple of similar ones at an airforce base south of San Francisco. The airships were based on the west coast to patrol the Pacific.

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