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UER Forum > UE Photography > ~ 101 Years from There to Here ~ (Viewed 208 times)
Wolfheart 


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~ 101 Years from There to Here ~
< on 6/26/2020 1:20 PM >
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I was at long nature photographing trip, but lack of photos made me get back into this farm.



Birch and Sauna:





Sauna’s End:





101 Years (Built at 1919):





Electric Age:





In the Shadows We Wait:





Slow, Soft Days:





Butterflies:





Paint the Rain Visible:





And Life Goes By:





With Bullet Hole in My Head (Sleep Eternal):







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And today’s off-topic-bonus-shitty-shitty-shot shall take you to my this year’s second trip to Paradise. Morning mood from the marsh:



That’s all, thanks for scrolling this low. Have a nice weekend!




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Excellent 👍




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What kind of animal was that?




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Posted by Heavy.Metal.Spook
Excellent 👍


Thank you very much; cheers!



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What kind of animal was that?


I suppose it was raccoon dog. There were traps before, and I suppose that poor one have been left there to keep people away... even I go there through missing window and dead animals - they are so photographical (even sad) things!




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As always, another amazing set! Always great to see a post from you

If you don't mind me asking. What editing software do you use? Because those are some killer moods right there!




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Awesome Drapes/ Curtains in Slow, soft Days. Great Butterfly lighting fixture too in the next shot. Always intrigued by the decor that is left behind.




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As always, another amazing set! Always great to see a post from you

If you don't mind me asking. What editing software do you use? Because those are some killer moods right there!


Thank you so very much! And here comes to recipe to magic:

1. First of all I photograph everything with tripod and using exposure bracketing (is it right word? Anyway, that thing where camera takes 3 different exposures every time). I also keep returning and returning and returning and even taking those "I've taken this photo hundred times before" photos.

2. Anyway, I try photograph as less as possible. That might sound stupid but I also try delete as much as possible... and I'm lazy and most of photos ain't worth of saving.

3. Then, back home I use Photomatix Pro to create those HDR's. I could tell settings and those things that I adjust (there are just little) but sadly I don't have time right now, got to get to party soon (but I will try to keep it in my mind and get back to this subject sooner than later). Anyway, if HDR doesn't work I still have 3 different normal shots to choose.

4. Next step and probably most of magic is Alien Skin Exposure 6. It emulates old films and photograph styles. I often choose 1-4 most well working from those...

5. ...and then I might use them as they are, or like usually, play with layers and put them together with... SURPRISE! Ancient Photoshop 7.0!

This might sound lot of work, but actually it's fun and pretty quickly done. So if you get into it, remember to link me your photos - would be really interesting to see other people's work with similar way.



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Awesome Drapes/ Curtains in Slow, soft Days. Great Butterfly lighting fixture too in the next shot. Always intrigued by the decor that is left behind.


Thank you very much! And of course: CHEERS!




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Thank you very much; cheers!





I suppose it was raccoon dog. There were traps before, and I suppose that poor one have been left there to keep people away... even I go there through missing window and dead animals - they are so photographical (even sad) things!


Skull collector here. Seconding raccoon/raccoon dog (depending on your location).




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