A door into the unknown

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  1. AdamZx3

    AdamZx3 TPF Noob!

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    Here are some pic's from todays trip, went to try and photograph some critters in the woods and found this cabin.
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    I needed to go back for number 3 when there wasn't such harsh light but the bugs where eating me alive! that one is using a infrared PS filter.

    Smaller pics are on my flickr... are these to big to post or would a max height/width of 800 pixels be better? i'm running at 1920x1200 so its hard for me to tell.

    I would really like some C&C , i'm trying to progress as fast as I can
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Of all these, I like the first best. It is clearest and the texture of both door and lock show best.
    That one's followed by the last, though I feel that last one might be a bit oversharpened? Could be my eyes, though...

    Have you ever found out what is inside this hut/cabin?
     
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    Image one works better than number two. Four has some nice qualities but number three seems out of focus.

    Rusty Tripod
     
  4. AdamZx3

    AdamZx3 TPF Noob!

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    Thanks guys,

    I agree #2 isn't as good, I did notice the out of focus problem while processing it but thought i'd throw it in there.

    #3 is indeed a bit soft now that I look at it again (at 1am it slipped by lol) I was bluring the noise in the Lightness channel in lab mode...but got a bit carried away...fixed the noise though :) I'm going to try and new IR technique on it again so i'll take care of the blur

    4. I agree as well..it was same symptom as above, lack of sleep :) A bit to much, I do tend to like my images sharp, but I think I could lay off the gas pedal on this one, it seems to be taking away detail once resized.

    thanks guys I really do appreciate the C&C, keep it coming
     
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    i like the first shot as well.. very mysterious, almost cinematic
     
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    AdamZx3 TPF Noob!

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    Lafoto:
    Sorry forgot to answer your question, I have been inside, the cabin is owned by my grandfather, I guess it used to be an old "sugar shack" that they used to make maple syrup in the 40's before he bought the property. There's nothing much in there except a dirt floor, a fireplace, and some junk tins.

    prlaserbean:
    Thanks, I can almost see the girl from the movie "The Grudge" poking her head through the crack in the door :)
     

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