The Old Junkyard (view larger please!) by glennn23 ()
I hope you like this - it is something new that I had wanted to try for a while. Pretty complicated and can really bring the computer to it's knees when the pano gets too big! Take care, Glenn
Image Comments (21)
cameraobscura2 () 4:03PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
This is absolutly fantastic! Excellent balance in this HDR. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful day. egmont
aljaysart () 4:03PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Excellent capture and Pano. it's like a scene from a horror film where they have old abandoned vehicles where someone hides with a chainsaw and comes running after you LOL.
billcody () 4:53PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Wonderful "rust-in-peace" scenery! And it is welldone, too... Very sharp, even in zooming in, and beautiful colors. Good postwork! The old lorries? Beautiful classic old technic, they need a museum around....
muse27 () 8:13PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Wow! Great image, I really like the contrast of colors and the composition. Great clatiry and a wonderful work of art! Thanks so much for sharing this. It's beautiful. :o)
auntietk () 8:23PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Very cool! My guy would drool over this. I'm sure if he saw it, he'd start making plans immediately to restore at least one or two of them!
frankie96 () 8:30PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Like your work... and just where are these located... can't read the license plate..:)
jedink () 11:08PM | Thu, 11 October 2007
Great pano shot. its always sweet to find these old mechanoid graveyards.
3DClassics123456 () 3:41AM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Very nice!!!!!! How to make a rusty desolated wasted place becoming a paradise with a fish-eye and any strange colours....
tizjezzme () 6:47AM | Fri, 12 October 2007
We have 20 acres of land here ... the first 10 is 'mine'; it's where the house sits... the next 10 is 'his'. Where he keeps all his sh___ , STUFF, I should say. LOL This looks so much like that 10 acres. Amazing .. I had to show him this one; I'd be curious to see what all interests him in this picture; he may be knocking on your door wanting to see it all lol anyway, this is one great work of ART! How do you do it? I know I ask that every time -- and btw, I checked out your website. Your work is professional; glad you have the clients that you do. :) YOU ARE GOOD!
november22 () 9:04AM | Fri, 12 October 2007
I find your work in the oddest places! Bravo on this one - what are you using for stitching with HDR? tim
glennn23 () 9:40AM | Fri, 12 October 2007
Shari and Tim, thank you - the image was stitched in photoshop cs3. And Shari, I am not sure how to answer hows. Three shots tonemapped usually, 9 shots for this...example... left -2, left 0, left +2 - hdr merge, tonemap.... same as for center and right, then stitch, balance, and a little work with some select plugins... Hope that helps! Glenn