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Futur anterieur by ZeEnigMa Futur anterieur by ZeEnigMa
The right translation is "Future perfect" but the translation doesn't keep the contradiction in the french title (antérieur = anterior). These abandoned industrial buildings look like those strange futuristic ghost ships...
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Devil427 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2006
IMPRESSIVE as usual but what the name of filters are you using?
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FiruL33T Featured By Owner May 11, 2006
Awesome... I don't have any words... all is here! :+fav:
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punkromance Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2006
Whoa.. :O
How do you get those colours? Do you use photoshop or something?
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Basically "real" colors are very close to those on the photograph but I have used photoshop to manage the big difference of lighting between the sky and the building. Thank you !
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xrivatsan Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2006   Photographer
is this HDR too? or did u actually burn and dodge areas? your photos are simply brilliant man...
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
No HDR here but some adjustements for the sky/ground differential. Thank you :)
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peacefrogo0o0o Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006   Writer
i am IN LOVE with the colors in this...
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peacefrogo0o0o Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2006   Writer
i am IN LOVE with the colors in this...
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank U !
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ninoux Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2006   Photographer
les jeux de lumières et de couleurs sont exellent bravo :clap:
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Merci !
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ninoux Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2006   Photographer
pas de quoi :)
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JuliaDunin Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2006  Professional Photographer
whow
sucha great great place! i'm longing to visit my old aandoned areas when it will be a little more warmer here :)
and your photo, as always, is great. colors - as always - catched my eye. and such an interesting angle here!
want more :)
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you Julia ! I'm really impatient to see your next photographs of abandoned areas :hungry:
( The temperature reached 27°C today here :nana: ;) )
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JuliaDunin Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2006  Professional Photographer
no, i dont belive!!! 27? no way!
we still have some ugly snow here :(
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BelkinCoop Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2006   Photographer
your collors area amazing. and the texture of the building. amazing :+fav:
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wb-skinner Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006   Photographer
love the composition man ... and the cloud behind the top part there was good timing!
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm not so clever, I don't think I've waited for this particular cloud :confused: Thanx :lol:
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wb-skinner Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006   Photographer
btw I forgot to mention how much I dig the frame-line.. how'd you do it?.. with a clone brush?
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
You must make a copy of the photograph on a second layer (normal mode), apply grain simulation and increase brightness on it (a concave curve is better than brightness adjustment), then put a black mask on this layer with a smaller size (1 pixel less on each border). :)
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wb-skinner Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2006   Photographer
uh.
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wb-skinner Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006   Photographer
ok... fortune... not timing.. just as important in photography ;)
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ClaireJones Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006  Professional General Artist
Awesome angle and all around wonderful photo. :aww:
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streetlightshining Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006
Your color is AMAZING!
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stolnicki Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2006
nice choice of angle.
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Annie-Bertram Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2006  Professional Photographer
it seems like we visited the same places again. This is really beautiful. Have you also seen the old bus to Habsterdick or something like that?
I loved also the old trains!
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
:lol: I never heard anything about this district of Stiring, I only spent some time in the coal mine museum, I'll try to visit it next time ;) Thank you :)
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marbel Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2006
Can i ask you how did you do that grainy border?
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Of course ;) It's really easy : you have to copy the image on a second layer, apply grain simulation and increase brightness on it, and finally you must add a black mask whose size is 2 pixels less on both vertical and horizontal axes.
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marbel Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2006
Thank you very much! :)
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Dr007 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2006
great
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ThePastIsReal Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006
gorgeous angle makes something so usual so intresting :)
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Helens-Serendipity Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
What a mix.. this looks like an old mine! Great colours... you have a good eye :D
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honyok3cidb Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006  Hobbyist Writer
I have to say when I first saw this I thought what is that but after i read the description I saw it. They really do look like ships at the angle that you this at.
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Laix Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006
I love the colors and the contrasts :D :+fav:
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BlackCore-RaiseHell Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006
Nice factory building. The post processing fits very well.
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GVA Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006   Photographer
I just love the colours in your work! you seem to discover a hidden urban beauty that most of us miss. keep it up! :)
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anubi85 Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006
Wow!Very interesting perspective, it seems that it must fall!*0*
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kyrczman Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006
I LOVE INDUSTRIAL !! :clap: :+fav:
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FelisLynx Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Really beautiful line work here! Well balanced!
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replicant Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006  Professional General Artist
Whoa dude thats awesome man
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yapom Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006   Photographer
once again... nice job
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TheGemte Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006
I like the sharpness and contrast of the picture. The black border has a faint white trace between the pic and the border. That is probably the only that i would say. i had this problem with photoshop 9. Cool shot though. :)
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ZeEnigMa Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanx ! (I know this problem with CS, it appears after a downscaling, but these lines with grain were added by me ;) )
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addedaa Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006
Beutiful!
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mollim000 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006
sweeet. the angle adds alot to this
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kukern Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006
Stylish!
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inkmadetears Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006   Photographer
beautiful colors.
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Tourian Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whoa this is awesome.
Great angle and geometry, and color as always.

Reeaaaaalllly nice =D
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rwallette Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2006
i enjoy the yellow train/vehicle
and the line of perspective
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