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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO (Viewed 408 times)
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GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< on 12/5/2018 8:26 PM >
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Went riding on some random dirt roads and stumbled across these wonders deep in the Rocky Mountains! Shooting with Google Pixel II, edited w/ Lightroom

1. Broken


2. Portal





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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 1 on 12/7/2018 10:16 PM >
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Great pics! Cool find too! I love your editing but that sharpness is way too much for me. I've heard that the pixel sharpens a lot in camera so I would personally steer clear of adding any more. I'm all for adding some sharpness to accentuate details but thats just a little too much for me.




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 2 on 12/7/2018 10:37 PM >
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Yeah looks too sharp.
Otherwise good composition, squared off, exposure spot on. Color saturation looks a tad high too.
Faces are good for spotting bad WB and saturation.

Generally if you have a model you want them larger in your face sort of there.
I suspect this was more for camo purposes though




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 3 on 12/10/2018 4:41 PM >
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Thanks guys! Appreciate the feedback.




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 4 on 12/11/2018 4:45 AM >
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I just checked out your ig and saw one of the pics from this thread. The sharpness looks much more tame, so I'm assuming that whatever you uploaded it with just messed it up. Btw the shot of the train tracks leading to the city with the sunset was amazing! That's probably one of my favorite shots ever. After looking at it again though, I think your rotation might've been a tad bit off but who cares! Amazing shot never the less.




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 5 on 12/11/2018 4:20 PM >
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I just checked out your ig and saw one of the pics from this thread. The sharpness looks much more tame, so I'm assuming that whatever you uploaded it with just messed it up. Btw the shot of the train tracks leading to the city with the sunset was amazing! That's probably one of my favorite shots ever. After looking at it again though, I think your rotation might've been a tad bit off but who cares! Amazing shot never the less.


Appreciate it! That city shot was super fun to get, got the cops called on me for standing on a freeway overpass with a tripod hahaha. They were a split second too late though... ;)




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 6 on 12/11/2018 8:38 PM >
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looks too sharp.


I think it may look overly sharp because you are using the uer website to host the photo. If you host the photo on another website and embed the image, it would look a lot better. The reason for this is because the uer website compresses images quite a bit. Personally for me, I still just use this website anyway just so I don't have to fuss with using another website to host images.




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 7 on 12/11/2018 8:42 PM >
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I forgot to say: Very good pictures! I really like the composition of them!




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Re: GHOST TOWNS in Idaho Springs, CO
< Reply # 8 on 12/11/2018 8:45 PM >
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The photos look good just please lower your sharpness on your pics and then they will look better




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