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UER Forum > UE Photo Critiques > Pics from closed school with my Nikon upgrade (Viewed 1460 times)
momma-razzi 


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Pics from closed school with my Nikon upgrade
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Pretty pleased with how these came out since I just upgraded to a D7100 and am trying to learn how to drive that porsche Pic Heavy. This school was built 100 years ago...closed 5 years ago and the town has no intention of doing anything with it at this time.

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leoncassady 


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Wow! It's in such great shape for 5 years abandoned.




momma-razzi 


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Wow! It's in such great shape for 5 years abandoned.




It is. There have been no break ins... It is virtually impossible to get into without permission which I was given. Generally I dont like tobe let in but this one was Worth he legal entry cuz its beautiful in there




tiftastic 


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Very nice. I especially like 7 and 10 - the way the natural light pours and and just grazes certain surfaces is beautiful. One small thing - I would clone out the red EXIT sign on the right side of 7 - its such a peaceful image and that glowing spot keeps drawing my eye toward it.

Really enjoying 17 as well - I'd love to see this with a creamy 'texture' added in post.



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momma-razzi 


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Very nice. I especially like 7 and 10 - the way the natural light pours and and just grazes certain surfaces is beautiful. One small thing - I would clone out the red EXIT sign on the right side of 7 - its such a peaceful image and that glowing spot keeps drawing my eye toward it.

Really enjoying 17 as well - I'd love to see this with a creamy 'texture' added in post.


Thank you I appreciate the feedback... I have the most basic technical knowledge when it comes to my camera and Photoshop... My images are pretty much as they come of my camera . I am currently learning the more technical aspects to go with my already good eye sooo yah the feedback is very appreciated




matis 


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These are great! Number 10 is sweeeeet!

Also, ditch Photoshop for Lightroom. It's geared towards photography and will really speed up your workflow




tiftastic 


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These are great! Number 10 is sweeeeet!

Also, ditch Photoshop for Lightroom. It's geared towards photography and will really speed up your workflow


Ditto on that - Lightroom is perfection.




boombox_benfranklin 


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Drink Hops Punch Cops

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It is. There have been no break ins... It is virtually impossible to get into without permission which I was given. Generally I dont like tobe let in but this one was Worth he legal entry cuz its beautiful in there


Can i post my pics from two years ago?




anatonic 


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It is. There have been no break ins... It is virtually impossible to get into without permission which I was given. Generally I dont like tobe let in but this one was Worth he legal entry cuz its beautiful in there


Well, whoops then.

Great shots of this place, glad to see its still in great shape. Great architecture in this place




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skatchkins 


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Great lighting. The black and whites really worked well in there.
The gym floor and locker room shot are fun.

*I use only photoshop.




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#1 would be a better shot if it was wider or zoomed in more. The window frame is almost all in the frame, which feels weird.

Work on lines... a lot of these lean right, like 2, 3, 4, 5, 6...

4 11 and 22 are off center.

In 5, the mirror frame just touches the edge of the frame. It should be either in or out.

In 10 it feels like the underside of the stairs at top right takes up too much of the frame.

I really like 17; that's my favorite here. Only issue for me is the lens distortion, which can be fixed in PS (and I assume LR as well, though I've never used it). Same goes for a lot of these shots.





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