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Walt Disney Concert Hall HDRI by Dilznacka Walt Disney Concert Hall HDRI by Dilznacka
some hdri's i took in downdown
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:iconrickses:
nice pic do you got it in a lager image size i want to print it 60 x80 cm
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hellenFq May 24, 2009  Student Artist
Your wonderful photo was featured in a news article made as a tribute for a great architect: Frank Gehry [link] :aww:

Hope you are okay with the feature and you like the article.
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Dilznacka May 24, 2009  Professional Photographer
of course thank you. very nice tribute!
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Lowe-Herz Jul 23, 2007   Photographer
Great....i thought this was a render.
Good job...love the building bright
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:iconkevinwin:
amazing picture! do you happen to have it in 1440x900 though, i would love to have this as a wallpaper!
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Dilznacka Jul 8, 2007  Professional Photographer
ill upload one for you, remind me if i dont!
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:iconkevinwin:
oh thank you!! when you can, could you just msg me a link! great work!
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:iconrinnalynette:
First of all...its great to see you posting again! What are you up to these days?

Is the lens flare something that was in the original photograph or is it something you put in?
Also, how do you do this? I liked your landscape HDRs, and I like the way the building looks in this one.
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Dilznacka Apr 17, 2007  Professional Photographer
hehe thanks yea ive been shooting but not really posting. im just trying to make some money! still looking for a magazine or photographer to work for but i have lots of freelance stuff to keep me pretty busy.

the lens flare was there i hate fake ones. this was with my 14mm and it always makes perfect lens flares that look fake. i use a program called photomatix. photoshop has a shitty hdr tool. i use 1-5 raw files depending on the shot and the situation. then i just mess around in photoshop.
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:iconrinnalynette:
I hear that! I don't have a lot of time for freelance these days...I'm feeling too comfy with my full-time job. :hmm:
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