abandoned warehouse [potential NSFW]

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  1. molsen

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    ive been looking for a place like this to take a "guinea pig" model and play with some lighting in a large trashy area!!! good shots.
     
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    Some great shots there. :)

    Did you use just the natural light for each or another flash?
     
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    Took me a long time to figure out wasn't safe for work.

    I like these shots, three being my favorite, with the last one coming in at a close second. Great location and good series.
     
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    Everything is sharp and well exposed, the feeling of an abandoned warehouse is lost.
     
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    why does "abandoned" have to be blurry or dark??

    #1 and #3 are my favorites... because they are well lit and in focus... :lol:
     
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    Great shots!
     
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    You make a very interesting point. Thank you for bringing that concept to attention. Although I still like the shots alot, despite their well-lit and nicely-exposed condition. ;)

    Though the lighting and exposure in #4 is by far my favourite. Lovely bounced light and blaring white doorframe - creates an exciting and spooky atmosphere.

    Where the hell are all the cool abandoned buildings here in Lethbridge? Hmph!
     
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    no, the feeling of underexposed crappy pictures is lost. these shots are great, love the coloring good job
     
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    You're not understanding what he's talking about. You can underexpose to great effect with pictures like this. Waileong has a point, the exposure and focus of these shots takes these dirty old places and makes them look clean and bright. There's absolutely nothing wrong with doing that, if that's your intention, you just have to be aware that you're doing it.
     
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    they were all natural exposures....the warehouses weren't dark. some might assume so, but they were pretty well-lit from natural light so I used no flashes.... they were, in fact, clean and bright. why would i want to misrepresent my subject by making it falsely dark?

    thanks for the comments everyone
     
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    very nice, do i get a spanking if i ask your camera settings for the first one? if you remember (i usually don't)
     

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