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Abandoned Hope

May 1st, 2009

Eastern Oregon. Nikon D60, VR lens.

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: abhiiii
about 13 years ago
Nice photo! Love the colour contrast between the greens and the blues. Great work!
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Posted By: photo_expert
about 13 years ago
I think this shot could use a bit more saturation.
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Posted By: s1ipp3ry
about 13 years ago
I like your style keep them coming !
Posted By: EastTN
about 13 years ago
Looks a little over saturated to me. I like the shot but I would bump the orange saturation down a bit.
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Posted By: jrm125
about 13 years ago
Saturation is too high for me...makes it appear sort of grainy. Great composition...would love to see the original.
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Posted By: brizkit
about 13 years ago
Cool subject, but yes, the massive saturation seems to have clipped the colors. (Haha @ photo_expert... that went under some detectors.)
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Posted By: Geosim
about 13 years ago
This would have been a lot better if the colours were more natural.
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Posted By: Mateo1041
about 13 years ago
Agreed. Would love to see the original. Really cute little building, though.
Posted By: lcg
about 13 years ago
It's a great photo, but I agree, the saturation is too high.
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Posted By: Gandee
about 13 years ago
Nice shot. Colour saturation slightly hurting my eyes.
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Posted By: RightPath
about 13 years ago
The title of this post is sad... It's a reminder that our great country to turning from God our Creator faster than we really know it.
Posted By: Mark
about 13 years ago
I'm wondering if this was an attempt a faux HDR
Saturation is kind of high.
Posted By: mrshock13
about 13 years ago
Great pic, but as said above, color saturation gave me a bit of a headache. Nonetheless, great composition, love all the various elements in the photo and all the colors that are present in a natural setting.
Posted By: wauna442
about 13 years ago
Was wondering where in eastern oregon this is actually.......
Posted By: Khashiguana
about 13 years ago
Like it a a lot, yes saturation is too much, But I'm okay with saturation :D
Posted By: stubulman
about 13 years ago
I took the liberty of lowering the overall saturation and adjusting levels so that the white face of the building would be more pronounced. All in all a lovely scene.
Posted By: Photography GT
about 13 years ago
Nice shot and colour contras beautifull
Posted By: brsku3
about 13 years ago
It is a very nice scene, I agree. I am curious though if there was digital manipulation in the area above the road on the left side of the image. There are noticeable traces and a bit of blur there that have me curious.
Posted By: Mac Man
about 13 years ago
Cool shot... Agree with the people that said the colors are a little fake... Too much edit for a natural photo!
about 12 years, 11 months ago
about 12 years, 11 months ago
Could someone tell me whether the tilting building is due to how the camera was positioned, the lens, or simply that the building is tilted? Too bad about the saturation. :/
Posted By: Stormlilly
about 12 years, 9 months ago
Definitely looks like Eastern Oregon, even kinda makes me homesick. This picture caught my eye while I was passing through the site. Born in La Grande and raised in Baker, just curious where this was taken? Next time I'm visiting family there, I'd like to make a point to go see it in person. Thank you for sharing this photo.

The green of the grass is natural enough, The redish tint of the building might have been enhanced, although I've seen old buildings there that looked similar. Not sure about the blurred spot.

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