Vulture Mine Assay Lab by rjcolby

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The Assay Lab where the gold ore was tested for content to see if it was worth mining.
2EV 4 image HDR, processed with Photomatix finished in Photoshop
Canon 50D, f8, ISO 100, 18mm, 1.332 – 6 sec, RAW

464 views 8 Feb 2012.
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Copyrighted material, by RJColby of Grand Junction, CO, USA. The images published here do not belong to the public domain. Copying, altering or redistributing any of these images without permission is prohibited. DO NOT SHARE without first getting permission to do so. Contact RJColby via Bubblemail, or email djcolby at gmail dot com for permission first…

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Comments

  • TextureoftheSin
    TextureoftheSinabout 5 years ago

    Excellent processing!

  • Thanks a lot, Tots.

    – rjcolby

  • Matt Penfold
    Matt Penfoldabout 5 years ago

    This is fabulous Dick, the HDR really works so well for this sort of image. What a fantastic location :-)

  • Yes in these old buildings there are no lights, and flash would kill it. This one has chicken wire across the front to protect the things inside, so we shoot through a hole. The variable would be the sun beams and what they hit. Thanks a bunch Matt.

    – rjcolby

  • sandra22
    sandra22about 5 years ago

    Gosh Dick, this reminds me of my own kitchen, although the stove in your shot looks more modern ::))))
    This is great image, well done
    Sandra x (love those bellows too)

  • Yes it’s a bit like the blacksmith shop with the bellows. Thanks Sandra.

    – rjcolby

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 5 years ago

    What a fantastic place! Love the processing Dick! I’ll have to look more closely when I have a puter screen!

  • Thank you, Mel. Please do…

    – rjcolby

  • Erhan OZBIYIK
    Erhan OZBIYIKabout 5 years ago

    Perfect shot of HDR !!!
    Great Shot ! :)

  • Thank you Ethan. Nice complement.

    – rjcolby

  • Erika Gouws
    Erika Gouwsabout 5 years ago

    Excellent!

  • Thank you, Erika

    – rjcolby

  • Leo  Head
    Leo Headabout 5 years ago

    Wow ..fantastic image.

  • Thanks, Leo

    – rjcolby

  • denise romano
    denise romanoabout 5 years ago

    love the photo and the place : )

  • Thank you Denise, and nice to hear from you.

    – rjcolby

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorabout 5 years ago

    wow, terrific work there rj! love that old brickwork and decaying walls, showing the layers and textures…beautiful colouring :)

  • Thank you Karin. It is a very interesting place. A feeling of contradictions, Hate to see it continue to decay, but the decay holds a certain fascination too. A fairly dark space so the lighting really changes with the moving sun. Makes it a treat to see over and over…

    – rjcolby

  • canonman99
    canonman99about 5 years ago

    Just an awesome image,great color and tones, lighting

  • Thanks, Dennis. Great comments, you’ve left.

    – rjcolby


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