Abandoned House

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  1. SCguy

    SCguy TPF Noob!

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    Toured an abandoned house on a friend's property yesterday. Very interesting. Very Old. Very torn apart.

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    Now theres something to sit and think on! (ok, maybe the pun was intended)

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    The house showed it's "checkered" past. (ok, I quit with the lame jokes)

    Both taken with my K10D, 18-55 mm kit lens.

    C&C please

    RD
     
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    The processing looks good. I like the look of the colors etc. but I'm not all that thrilled with the compositions. Basically they look like pictures of a toilet and a shelf. We don't see much of the rest of the house.
     
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    The problem was that these were the only two rooms that had complete walls, and the sun was totally blowing out everything if I exposed it for the rest of the room. Thanks for the comment, though!

    RD
     
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    I want to see hundreds more.... Keep them coming!!!
     
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    i like them i just think that you should have used the rule of thirds better.
     

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