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Jun 09, 2010 11:39 |  #16

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Where were these shot? What city? and what school?

it was in the small town of Osage Iowa and im not sure what the name of the school is. I guess it has been abandoned for over 50 years


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Jun 09, 2010 11:56 |  #17

lbcyalater wrote in post #10331426 (external link)
it was in the small town of Osage Iowa and im not sure what the name of the school is. I guess it has been abandoned for over 50 years

Cool. Here in Detroit, there is no shortage of rundown/abandonded buildings. It's just a matter of safety and having a willing partner to explore with you.




  
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Jun 09, 2010 12:43 |  #18

sonofjorel76 wrote in post #10331542 (external link)
Cool. Here in Detroit, there is no shortage of rundown/abandonded buildings. It's just a matter of safety and having a willing partner to explore with you.

yeah they are a little more rare here and arnt as easy to access


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Jun 09, 2010 23:06 |  #19

that location is incredible, i saw some photos in nat geo from chernobyl that these call to memory.

you need to get some portraits in there, tons of potential for a location.

good shots : )




  
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Jun 10, 2010 09:05 |  #20

Said it before and I'll say it again....amazing pics!


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Jun 10, 2010 09:41 |  #21

muse amorte wrote in post #10335342 (external link)
that location is incredible, i saw some photos in nat geo from chernobyl that these call to memory.

you need to get some portraits in there, tons of potential for a location.

good shots : )

Yeah I took one but I didnt have much time so I couldnt set up any lighting.

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Said it before and I'll say it again....amazing pics!

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Jun 10, 2010 16:56 |  #22

Hey these are great. I would love to know the settings of the first two shots. I have a ruin near my house and just can't get the same quality to them.


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Jun 10, 2010 17:18 |  #23

karmalized wrote in post #10339806 (external link)
Hey these are great. I would love to know the settings of the first two shots. I have a ruin near my house and just can't get the same quality to them.

thanks!

f/8
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I was lucky because the light was shining through a window behind me then it just faded to dark


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