July 22, 2008 at 7:02 pm #1364
U-Man, you would have loved this. Nearly $100 in road flares, industrial-strength sparklers, and other things to set alight.
I did processing on these on a non-profiled monitor at work, and when I got home, I noticed some of them had a lot of noise from pulling the exposure too far. I’ll fix that soon.July 22, 2008 at 8:36 pm #17920gensoloParticipant
Wow those are really good and neat looking. The ones with the red light coming through the windows and stuff reminds me of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Might have to try some ruin pics, idk if id spend 100 dollars on flares and stuff though XD. It does give it some nice spooky feeling effect though. Kepp up the good work.July 22, 2008 at 9:52 pm #17921
Eh, it’s only money. Besides, what could be more fun than being out in the creepy woods in the middle of the night around sketchy mining ruins, rusty metal, broken glass, & mine shafts with some combustibles, camera gear, and a few bottles of Duvel?July 23, 2008 at 12:39 am #17922staplermofoParticipant
Eh, it’s only money. Besides, what could be more fun than being out in the creepy woods in the middle of the night around sketchy mining ruins, rusty metal, broken glass, & mine shafts with some combustibles, camera gear, and a few bottles of Duvel?
I think I just heard every insurance provider in the world cringe.July 23, 2008 at 12:42 am #17923
Did I mention bears? Because, yeah, bears. Brown & Black bears. 10,000 live in the immediate area.July 23, 2008 at 4:14 am #17924
I think I just heard every insurance provider in the world cringe.
No, that was clearly the sound of a lot of insurance providers’ rear sphincters puckering, not cringing per se.
A cringe usually has a kind of “oh, crap” sound to it. Like Hellboy.
That was closer to a “schlup” sound, which is the same sound I heard from my own insurance company when I made a left turn in front of a Mercedes.
While I was on my learner’s permit.
With my father in the passenger seat.July 23, 2008 at 1:23 pm #17925ElsinoreKeymaster
Those are badass.
And I would imagine the insurance providers would looooooooooooooooooove an opportunity to do business with soosh. Lots of expensive equipment and some level of risk in losing it in some way? More money for them, eh? 😉July 23, 2008 at 1:40 pm #17926schneeParticipant
Those are sweet. I want me some ruins to play inJuly 23, 2008 at 3:57 pm #17927
Lots of expensive equipment and some level of risk in losing it in some way? More money for them, eh? 😉
I want ruins like that to shoot in.
But it’s more expensive to insure people for liability than to cover equipment. Equipment is pretty cheap in the grand scheme of things – buy a replacement, and it’s done.
If someone falls down a stairwell and ends up with spinal damage, the costs just go on forever.July 23, 2008 at 4:13 pm #17928MorningbreathParticipant
/takes out life insurance policy on Soosh.July 25, 2008 at 8:39 pm #17929
Not planning on turning anyone into a human Slinky, are you?
(We occasionally refer to people as “Slinkies” at work – they’re essentially useless, but moderately entertaining if you push them down a flight of stairs.)
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