abandoned train station

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    blinded TPF Noob!

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    I like the coloring of the pics inside the building. It's moody. What equipment did you use? You have a lot of vingetting (sp?)...was that on purpose??? Added with PS?
     
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    I was using a 285hv with a wide angle adapter and a 28mm setup as an off camera with a pc cord. I didn't add anything in in PS. The viginetting is actually the part of the scene that the flash didn't expose. Even though I was using the 28mm adapter and the flash at the widest setting, I'm not sure why the whole scene wasn't exposed. I think I may have been using too little flash distance.
     
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    Nice shots, can almost picture when it was operational, it was probably a pretty busy place once upon a time, just curious, does the pay phone still work?
     
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    Can't really say why but I'm drawn to the lockers in #4 ...
     
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