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Furnaces by Beezqp Furnaces by Beezqp
Krakow, "Liban" Quarry.

The lower part of furnaces.
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AMON-1 Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
just in some kind of fantasy game! great colorz man!
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Zielzor Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Dobre! Też tam byłem niedawno jak jeszcze śnieg leżał ;)
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Ufnal Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009
straszliwie mi się te kontenery/cysterny/duże cosie z prawej podobają
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Beezqp Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
te duże cosie to pozostałości pieców wapiennych ;)
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Ufnal Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009
...że KE?
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Beezqp Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
wapienniczych w sensie, mistaken
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Ufnal Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2009
uf.
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schnotte Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009   Photographer
can you tell something about your workflow to make something like that?looks very cool. :)
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Beezqp Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
it's actually hard to tell, every picture I treat in different way according to what I think I can take out of it. First some Tone Mapping stuff using RAW in Photomatix [I play the most with luminosity, light smoothing, color temperature, gamma, saturation for shadows & highlights and shadow clipping at the last step]. I'm just getting used to this software so it's more like experimental guessing for me yet. When the picture has good exposition - I open it with Paint Shop Pro [my beloved old version from about 2000, I work with it since four years and always use only this]. Now - some color correction, reducing noise [salt and pepper filter], clarify & contrast enhancement, saturation, sometimes highlights correction or additional light sources. And retouch, of course. But, as I said, it all depends on the picture. I don't have any presets or schema of work, it's always almost full improvisation.
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schnotte Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2009   Photographer
hehe,
i know that kind of working.
thanks for writing this.
man, everybody uses photomatrix i dont know why,i dont like it.
i cant get into this software.
dynamic-photo hdr is my tool.
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