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UER Forum > Archived UE Photo Critiques > Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR (Viewed 1184 times)
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Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
< on 4/5/2009 1:34 AM >
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a little bit of cartoonish in there. But not to much. What do you guys think?

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 1 on 4/5/2009 3:12 AM >
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Cartoonish? The only one that might make me think cartoon would be #1. The sky in any HDR always looks a little wierd. That's not to say I don't like it, because I really enjoy HDR images.

Great place and even greater photos.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 2 on 4/5/2009 3:16 AM >
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I only thought a few of them looked cartoony in the least...the HDR made 15 badass...also the comp on 23 makes it my favorite.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 3 on 4/5/2009 3:28 AM >
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I agree, it's just a touch on the cartoony side, and would bear some improvement. The images themselves, processing aside, are very nice, though - love that lighting.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 4 on 4/5/2009 3:57 AM >
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I can never get my HDR to look like this...

did u use 2 stop bracketing?

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 5 on 4/5/2009 4:42 AM >
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The HDR is overdone in the outdoor shots. If someone can render a 3-D CGI picture that looks just like your photograph, only better -- what's the point of photographing it like that? Develop your own technique and style, and apply that to your artwork; not the "in" or fad style that everyone is following right now.

Most of the indoor ones are much better.
7 and 23 stand out.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 6 on 4/5/2009 9:27 AM >
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OMG!!!!!!!! i would kill for a location like this... most of the hdrs work well in this =]

UER might as well be crack...

oh and Thats TOYOTA...dick.
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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 7 on 4/5/2009 9:48 AM >
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Posted by laslow
The HDR is overdone in the outdoor shots. If someone can render a 3-D CGI picture that looks just like your photograph, only better -- what's the point of photographing it like that? Develop your own technique and style, and apply that to your artwork; not the "in" or fad style that everyone is following right now.

Most of the indoor ones are much better.
7 and 23 stand out.


i agree... I had doubts posting those outdoor pics because they do stand out of the whole bunch.

Thanks for all the comments guys.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 8 on 4/5/2009 9:58 AM >
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Posted by HI-LITE
did u use 2 stop bracketing?


yup

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 9 on 4/5/2009 10:49 AM >
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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 10 on 4/5/2009 3:19 PM >
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Most of these are crooked.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 11 on 4/5/2009 7:31 PM >
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Posted by Glass
Most of these are crooked.


myeah indeed, now you mention it... I'll correct them later.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 12 on 4/7/2009 2:31 PM >
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hey guys, I wanted to add this place to the database, but it says that I have to be a full member to do so. I know I need to be recommended by someone, but have I posted enough to be recommended?

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 13 on 4/7/2009 10:10 PM >
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Oh. My. GOD. That place is BEAUTIFUL. I need to move to Europe. Stat.

I'm no expert on HDR, but I think you did a fine job- no funky halos or anything. Keep up the good work.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 14 on 4/8/2009 12:31 AM >
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Best post I've seen in a while. Great Pics! I like the exteriors and the parts drawers. Did you go into the mine any? I know it's probably suicide, but I would be tempted to see "whats just a little farther in". Next thing I know I'd probably be lost......

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 15 on 4/8/2009 8:23 AM >
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Posted by rcbif
Best post I've seen in a while. Great Pics! I like the exteriors and the parts drawers. Did you go into the mine any? I know it's probably suicide, but I would be tempted to see "whats just a little farther in". Next thing I know I'd probably be lost......


Yes we went in for like 100 meters. There are a lot of junctions and parts have collapsed in the past. Pics wil follow.

Thanks for the compliments guys!!


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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 16 on 4/9/2009 9:41 PM >
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As promised:

Noobish flash pictures, also forgot to take the lens-thingy of.




These two pics were taken around 100m deep. We already past 2 intersections. Some parts have collapsed. Pitch black. Scary place.

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 17 on 4/10/2009 2:41 AM >
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I love #15

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 18 on 4/10/2009 5:54 AM >
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WOW...all of the shots are great. I am going to have to move over there, all great!

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Re: Old mine, cheratte belgium HDR
<Reply # 19 on 4/11/2009 12:11 AM >
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Cool, thanks for putting up the interiors. Love the supports!

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