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Oct 08, 2009 14:59 |  #1

Here are two HDR photos I took the other day in the Adirondacks in Upstate NY (Long Lake area). I am fairly new to HDR so CC is very welcome!

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Oct 08, 2009 15:34 |  #2

We're writing the year 2094. Humans have reclaimed the formerly offlimit nature reservations, which eventually erroded after several severe catastrophies. A small group of scouts went through the dead rocky landscape searching for traces of plant life as they find human remains poking out of a crevice. After a bit of digging, something that looks like it must've been a camera catches their eyes. Upon their return home they examine it and recovered the memory card, even if only partial. Most of the data was corruped, but with some effort they've managed to reconstruct two images.

That's what nature might have looked like back then. Amazing. It must've been a very known artist, they concluded! ;-)a

...very curious pictures! Inspiring... :-D


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Oct 08, 2009 17:38 |  #3

Looks good as always man!




  
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Oct 09, 2009 09:42 |  #5

Taron wrote in post #8786103 (external link)
We're writing the year 2094. Humans have reclaimed the formerly offlimit nature reservations, which eventually erroded after several severe catastrophies. A small group of scouts went through the dead rocky landscape searching for traces of plant life as they find human remains poking out of a crevice. After a bit of digging, something that looks like it must've been a camera catches their eyes. Upon their return home they examine it and recovered the memory card, even if only partial. Most of the data was corruped, but with some effort they've managed to reconstruct two images.

That's what nature might have looked like back then. Amazing. It must've been a very known artist, they concluded! ;-)a

...very curious pictures! Inspiring... :-D

Haha, thank you!

KillerBlackbird wrote in post #8786651 (external link)
Looks good as always man!

Thank you sir!

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Great shot of the stream and the surroundings.

Thanks!


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Oct 09, 2009 17:32 |  #6

awesome! that's right up the road from my parents house.


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Oct 10, 2009 01:08 |  #7

I like everything but the skys, a bit too dramatic. I'm not familiar enough with HDR to know how to correct that.

I'm missing that area about this time of year. Beautiful place for sure.


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