The Abandoned Living Room

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  1. ntbbc6

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    This is a shot form an abandoned house off highway 70 in Missouri. I really love stopping here because there are many great photo opportunities and many I have yet to discover.

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    awesome! i love urban decay pics! check out www.dkphotogroup.com i saw them on tv the other night.
     
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    i like how the sun light rays come in
     
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    love the shot looks awesome
     
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    I love the exposure. Great job on that (Although there is some haloing around the windows; watch out for that)

    Why aren't there ANY cool abandoned buildings in southern Alberta? They always get torn down so quickly. :(
     
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    Yes, a little halo-ing, but nice to see someone using HDR to do what is is all about - capturing the dynamic range. You did just that as there is no way you could have had all the shadowed parts of the room AND the sunlit exterior all properly exposed otherwise.

    Well done!
     

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