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UER Forum > Archived UE Photo Critiques > Hitfeld military camp (Viewed 282 times)
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Hitfeld military camp
< on 6/4/2007 5:37 PM >
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Re: Hitfeld military camp
<Reply # 1 on 6/6/2007 11:34 AM >
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56 people before me viewed this post and im the first one to reply.... what a shame. these photos are ok they are a little snap-shotty but from the looks of the inside, there is nothing really interesting about this place it looks pretty gutted to me, what is the story with this place?

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Re: Hitfeld military camp
<Reply # 2 on 6/6/2007 5:18 PM >
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i agree, most are snap shots.

#4 is composed very well.... however, the light coming thru the roof in the back ruined the shot. the camera might've metered off that area and now the rest of the shot is under-exposed. plus that's where my eye is drawn, which takes away from the perspective and symmetry you have otherwise.

post-process to brighten the room and kill that light-spot and you'll have an awesome image.

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Re: Hitfeld military camp
<Reply # 3 on 6/6/2007 7:10 PM >
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Posted by don_corleyone
i agree, most are snap shots.

#4 is composed very well.... however, the light coming thru the roof in the back ruined the shot. the camera might've metered off that area and now the rest of the shot is under-exposed. plus that's where my eye is drawn, which takes away from the perspective and symmetry you have otherwise.

post-process to brighten the room and kill that light-spot and you'll have an awesome image.


Thirding the snapshot comment. I'd hold on to the light spot, though.

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