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2006.03.18
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Salut les boys ! Et merci encore pour vos nombreux commentaires sur l'image précédente
Denière photo de cette usine abandonnée visitée en Mars. Et oui encore un cadrage penché ... après je vais essayer de me calmer avec ç� , mais ç� s'y prêtait si bien :)...

J'ai reussi � ralentir les spams, j'espère que ç� tiendra le coup... Je ne peux malheureusement pas vous donner le code parce que mon pixelpost est tellement bidouillé que ç� ne vous servirait � rien. Par contre, je peux vous expliquer le principe en espérant que vous sachiez programmer un minimum : ICI
Depuis que j'ai fait ç� , je n'ai pas reçu mes 50 � 100 spam quotidiens. J'espère que ç� vous sera utile.



Hello guys ! Thanks again for your numerous comments on the previous picture
The last photo of this abandoned factory that was visited in March. Yes ... again a tilted angle ... I will try to moderate that in the future, but for this one I couldn't resist :).

I succeeded into slow down the flow of spam, hope I can stick them out... Unfortunately I cannot give you the code because my pixelpost is so much patch-up that it would be useless for you. But I can explain the principle, hope that you have a few knowledge in programming : HERE
Since I've done that, I didn't have any spam and I usually have about 50 to 100 spam a day. Hope it will be helpful.

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44 Comment(s)

  • Oulah, les piliers fantomes m'ont fait douter de mes capacites visuelles pendant un instant.
    Falpars @ 2006-05-16 22:12
  • sweet. Love the lines, they create a nice path for your eyes to follow.
    Tuan @ 2006-05-16 22:41
  • great shot, so awesomely processed.
    sìkò @ 2006-05-17 02:33
  • dernière photo et encore une photo réussie, pourquoi se priver dans ce cas, ton cadrage penché je l'aime vraiment bien dans ce contexte, pourtant je ne suis pas, l'origine, un grand fan de ce style, mais cette usine qqch qui le permet. bonne journée Lionel
    lionel @ 2006-05-17 02:40
  • wow ce N&B superbe! :love: jsuis pas fan de la "vitesse" sur la gauche par contre
    Suri @ 2006-05-17 03:38
  • Love your series of abandoned buildings. It has inspired me and my mate to go out and do exactly the same thing. We have found that lighting is an issue though, do you use tripods or are your buildings just well lit???
    Michael Ypes @ 2006-05-17 03:47
  • Super shot here. the tilted angle i think suits well. And i like the effect of "a gost metro" that comes by on the left. Wel done and a nicely b&W print.
    Marinus @ 2006-05-17 03:53
  • a sad reflection of modern urban life. very effective photo.
    david @ 2006-05-17 07:24
  • Avec l'effet de mouvement sur la gauche de la photo, on dirait vraiment qu'on est en train de tomber. Bien fait!
    AirBete @ 2006-05-17 08:05
  • Décidément, tu aimes bien ce lieu renversant. Ce filé sur la gauche accentue l'effet de délaissement précipité du chariot renversé. Pourtant, j'aurais préféré que tu donnes ton effet sur le chariot ce qui aurait accentué le sentiment d'une présence humaine fugitive. Quant la tonalité rendue elle est parfaite. Bonne journée Julien
    Christian @ 2006-05-17 08:15
  • super perspective, le tilt et le chariot, nikel. Je trouve l'effet intéressant sur la droite, ptet un peu trop marqué sur la gauche, en fait j'aurai préféré un crop plus centré sur le chariot (bon j'aime les trucs carré moué).
    Laurent @ 2006-05-17 08:47
  • great shot again! Love the slight lens blur...is this a product of PS or did you zoom out or in during the shot? also, concerning the spam. I also have had a crazy amount and finally fixed it with some blacklist entries...I liked the code you used to fix yours and might just add that in mine also....good idea!
    Mark @ 2006-05-17 09:56
  • Yes, you have the concept correct. The idea is to be make sure the comments form submit event was in fact fired by a user. Looks good. Will try it. Since youre a web geek like me, lemme tell you what I'll be doing for my anti-spam code :Add eventListeners and onkeyevents and make the form submission process listen to those events and only when they are fired (by user) does it actually submit it with a random shared key thats generated when this user presses "add comment". Im still spec-ing it out. :-)
    frisky? @ 2006-05-17 11:06
  • Lovely capture, nicely processed!
    Ashish Sidapara @ 2006-05-17 14:46
  • The motion blur is a really nice touch here. Suits the shot perfectly. Well done. The bars on the trolley and a few of the more distant pillars look a tad oversharpened but I'm just nitpicking because I'm jealous :) ...Well done.
    Jamey @ 2006-05-17 15:35
  • > Michael Ypes : Yes, I used a tripod for this one, it was a really really dark place. Look at the EXIF datas : 30sec exposure ;)
    Julien @ 2006-05-17 15:46
  • Excellent as usual. Gorgeous tones and clarity. I like how the rush of movement and shopping cart create a tension. Nice one.
    jeremy @ 2006-05-17 16:44
  • hi there, i like all of your photo work. they are very eye catching.
    fathoniu @ 2006-05-17 19:17
  • Wonderful lighting! I like the angle too. Looks like there's motion on the side? I like it.
    Lee @ 2006-05-17 23:52
  • J'aime bien l'effet de deplacement sur la gauche, ca donne l'impression que le pilier est un peu transparent. L'éclairage est vraiment nickel aussi. C'est de la glace que l'on voit par terre? En tout cas Bravo! Merci pour l'astuce contre le spam. C'est vraiment pas bête :)
    Olivier @ 2006-05-18 03:43
  • Hi Julien. I came over your site today and what a great collection of excellent photos you have. Your site is now in my RSS list. Regards from Norway :)
    Tor @ 2006-05-18 06:16
  • Great shot! Composition, b/w toning and the the movement effects are outstanding.
    Uwe @ 2006-05-18 06:22
  • fantastic!
    NoWords @ 2006-05-18 12:09
  • Wow, excellent shot!
    Leander Joergensen @ 2006-05-18 12:46
  • great....escape ! :) i love the carriage... i also have 50-100 spam messages a day... :( and i don't know programing to slow down like you did...
    Marius Muscalu @ 2006-05-18 14:52
  • stunning view and a fantastic scenery. what is that kind of movement on the left side?
    *mamo @ 2006-05-18 15:21
  • > *mamo : this is not a movement on the left side, this is a zoom blur effect, and this effect is on the whole picture centered at the end of the corridor. Because the end of this corridor is on the right side, le bur seems to be more important on the left, though the effect is present on the right, top and bottom too ;)
    Julien @ 2006-05-18 16:50
  • C'est vrai qu'a force, les gens vont commencer a te regarder d'un drole d'air si tu commences a marcher avec la tete penchee a droite de 15 degres. ;-) Mais comme tu le dis, ca fonctionne vraiment bien sur ce genre d'images, le "vanishing point" permet de stabiliser la facon dont on regarde, mais l'angle cree une dynamique vraiment sympa.
    Manu (SF Daily Photo) @ 2006-05-18 18:12
  • Merci tous pour avoir partagé vos impressions
    Thanks everyone for sharing your feelings
    Julien @ 2006-05-18 23:38
  • Celui l aussi est magnifique. Un noir et blanc élégant et un sentiment de vitesse, de balayage du regard... J'aime beaucoup.
    Still @ 2006-05-19 11:16
  • Première impression : waaahh !! quoi ajouter de plus :)
    lanaah @ 2006-05-19 14:07
  • Increíble imagen. Me gusta mucho no solo por la composición y la exposición, sino que por lo que para mi me connota el carro tirado sobre el piso. Un saludo cordial. Eduardo
    Eduardo @ 2006-05-21 12:45
  • Fantastic shot. Plane and simple love it. Great!
    thukai @ 2006-05-21 15:59
  • splendid sir :) certainly the angle does the photo well
    tad @ 2006-05-23 19:43
  • cool and dynamic shot thanks to the blur effect and the tilt! Excellent work!! I'd very much like to know how you did the blur!..
    Kris @ 2006-06-07 10:55
  • oh my god, what a shot again. i love allmost all of your pictures. julien, would you please tell me how you did the blur? i read that it is a zoomblur. but i have no idea how you did this. ;) greats thomas
    tom @ 2006-06-09 01:18
  • Tom > Thanks man, for the blur :
    • duplicate the picture and select the above copy
    • select the radial blur filter & its Zoom blur option
    • ajust the effect center (for me it is the end of the corridor)
    • apply the effect
    • add a layer mask with a gradient circle from the end of the corridor (back to white) so that the blured layer progressively appear on the sides of the picture
    • adjust the overall layer opacity if the effect is too strong

    Julien @ 2006-06-09 06:43
  • hey julien, thanks very much for taking so much time for somebody you don't even know writting a description. now i absolutely understand how you have done this. unbelieveable what creative ideas you have. greets thomas
    tom @ 2006-06-13 10:10
  • Ohh Jeremy,,, A real figher? Superb shot
    Games @ 2007-03-10 17:51
  • t was very good that this photograph.... was felt soul him. Greetings from Yogyakarta Indonesia.
    Bram Antareja @ 2008-05-27 23:48
  • C'est chez GEO W. Reed?
    Le plancher semble être en latte de bois?!?
    Mélanie @ 2010-06-13 22:56
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