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UER Forum > US: Pacific Southwest > The Boneyard (Viewed 236 times)
cleipelt 


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The Boneyard
< on 5/22/2020 12:31 AM >
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Went out to the ruins of a former gravel quarry the other evening to get some sunset shots and try out long exposures with my new monopod. This was also my first time experimenting with external colored light, so let me know what you think of these!

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2. The "claws" where gravel, rocks, and sand would be dropped into trucks that would drive through the structures.






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earthlycanvas 


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Re: The Boneyard
< Reply # 1 on 5/22/2020 12:40 AM >
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them tones tho




OpenHouse 


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< Reply # 2 on 5/22/2020 12:48 AM >
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I've never artificially lit an outdoor scene, so I cannot speak on a technical level, but I like what you've done.
The "bookend" photos of your set are stand-outs for me. The transition from day to night is cool. I visited a similarly sparse set of concrete structures today, and I'm definitely seeing here how I could have approached photographing them differently.




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< Reply # 3 on 5/22/2020 2:05 AM >
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really like what you did. i would really enjoy taking pictures similar as yours. Can u give me tips and tricks please? Thanks



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Natchraz 


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what could go wrong?

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Posted by Crakhead
really like what you did. i would really enjoy taking pictures similar as yours. Can u give me tips and tricks please? Thanks


Utilisez la fonction d'exposition longue durée de votre appareil photo et réglez la lumière colorée à l'endroit où vous souhaitez qu'elle soit.




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< Reply # 5 on 5/22/2020 2:14 AM >
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Beautiful photos. I love this set!




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< Reply # 6 on 5/22/2020 2:40 AM >
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Really like the edits on these. They have a nice mood to them. Nice job! Really like #4 and #7.




cleipelt 


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I've never artificially lit an outdoor scene, so I cannot speak on a technical level, but I like what you've done.
The "bookend" photos of your set are stand-outs for me. The transition from day to night is cool. I visited a similarly sparse set of concrete structures today, and I'm definitely seeing here how I could have approached photographing them differently.


Thanks! Glad you like the set. Anyways try and look for those unique angles, even if your subjects are just some concrete blocks haha. Perspective is everything.




Crakhead 


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< Reply # 8 on 5/23/2020 2:03 AM >
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Utilisez la fonction d'exposition longue durée de votre appareil photo et réglez la lumière colorée à l'endroit où vous souhaitez qu'elle soit.


ok merci!




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< Reply # 9 on 5/23/2020 2:14 AM >
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These shots look great man! Love the red backlighting!




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These are really cool! 9 is my favorite because I like how the red light fits with the dripped colors to the right. In 10 you can see some stars!




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These are really cool! 9 is my favorite because I like how the red light fits with the dripped colors to the right. In 10 you can see some stars!




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< Reply # 12 on 5/26/2020 2:22 AM >
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The colored lighting is really cool. Adds a nice sci-fi feel to the shots.




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