Abandoned Building (series)

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  1. myopia

    myopia TPF Noob!

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    First roll in the 24mm lens.
    First roll of HP5 and I think it's on the contrasty side..

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    (the whip)

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    i have to say that number 6 is my favorite
     
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    really like the lighting on #9 and #10
     
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    #8 stand out for me.
     
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    #9 is awesome. It's my favorite. Nice series.
     
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    Thanks for the comments. It was very cold out and I was really just experimenting with a new film and lens. Here are a few more from the same roll:

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    Nice shots and your brave going inside those buildings..
     
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    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    It IS a bit contrasty, but I really dig that. The shots from No. 6 on down are the best, IMO. The exterior shots seem to lose a lot of detail in the sky, which I know is probably through no fault of yours (a flat sky photographed is still gonna look flat), but that is more than made up for with the contrast and detail of the interiors.
     
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    Yeah, I agree 100%. It was such contrasty lighting mixed with contrasty film that I really had two choices... expose for sky or expose for subject.
    I am a photoshop newbie, so do you know if there is anything I can do about it on PS ?
     
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    Very nice... I like #10
     
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    6,9,10,and 11 are the ones that are working for me, good job
     
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    Boulder- good to see. Do you recognize this place? It's off 93-S on the way to the ski resorts. The abandoned Milk House on the left.
     

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