up and down....follow the stairs

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  1. spako

    spako TPF Noob!

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    Here's a series of stairs I took on different explorations... can't seem to get tired of shooting those staircases... hope you like them

    for more of the different locations check my website:
    http://www.spako.lu


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  2. saltface

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    Wow! Where do you people find these places?
    #1 is an amazing shot. It looks Escheresque, but it's real.
    #5 is pretty cool, too. If only you could do something about the blowouts in the background.
     
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    #4 is my favorite. But they are all pretty awesome.
     
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    These are cool - although they don't seem like photographs to me - I feel like I'm looking at screenshots of a really high-res video game.

    They are pleasing to the eye, nonetheless.
     
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    I really like all of these... honestly couldn't pick a favourite!
     
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    There cool,

    Can i ask if any of them are in HDR?
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    What lense are you using?
     
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    I'm pretty sure they're all HDR.
     
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    Nice shots man, but the "eerie" theme seem only occurs in 3 and 8. Anyway nice stuff they are.

    If I remember correctly he used Sigma 10-20mm.
     
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    Great series :) I really like 1
     
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    Nice creative shots taking from different perspective.

    Believe you are using a wide angle lens and it does bring out an effect in your photographs.

    Cool!
    Cheers:lol:
     
  11. Arch

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    That will be 'she' ;)


    These are all excellent, and the exact type of thing HDR should be used for :thumbup:
     
  12. spako

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    Thx Arch and all :)

    Yes I used either Photomatix or/and PS CS2 to postprocess the shots to get the effect.. I do use a sigma 10-20mm I really could only recommend.. I hardly ever take it off!
    I'm looking to upgrade my gear and purchase a fisheye soon :) can't wait for that effect!
     

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