Abandoned HDR (5)

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  1. McNugget801

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    5 HDR images from this weekends trip to a few old coal processing facilities and ghost towns.

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    What part of the country is this in? Nice shots!
     
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    Ooo...these are very nice. I almost didn't click in here since 9 out of 10 HDR threads are horrible pp jobs. I hate overdone HDR's but these are just teetering on that line and I think they are great.
     
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    I think you nailed it. Nice work!
     
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    Nice! I really like #4
     
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    Numero Quatro #4 is the best overall nice set good job.
     
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    2 and 3 are creepy - I like em! 5 isn't a bad shot, it's just not as interesting as the rest.
     
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    I like the sky in #1 and the graffitti. Good work.
     
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    They're all awesome I think, I like the different compositions. I don't think #5's a weak link, I like the lighting and the lines - the shelf lines all pointing inwards, much like the corners in the #3 hallway pic.

    Nice processing too.
     
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    I love #3! Definitely creepy. All are great though... and wonderful HDRs!
     
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    Yeah, this is the best I've seen in a while. Often I find HDRs to be too overcooked and just look hokey. Sure, there's some of that as a given in HDR processing, but I'm not a huge fan of the stuff that's obviously over that line.

    Well done, and keep up the great work! I'll ask for a second time, where were these taken? If you don't want to be specific, just a state or city would be awesome!
     
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    Thanks for all the comments.

    Sorry for the delay..been out and about doing my thing.:bounce:
    These site are in Carbon, Utah, and Emery counties here in Utah. More specifically Sunnyside, Horse Canyon and Thistle.
     

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