The Gatekeeper's House

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by abraxas, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. abraxas

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    or, the screaming stops here.
     
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    Cool shot. I love old run-down buildings. They have a bit of mystery and intrigue to them.
     
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    Nice to look at. Did you use a red filter for the sky, or is this a digi?
     
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    Thanks! I dig these things. Shooting abandoned buildings and ghost towns are a goodly part of what I do. This one was special though.

    Thanks. Been strictly digital since '94.
     
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    I like it; its haunting.
     
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    Very nice; I really like the angle that you took here. It gives the impression that you're at the end of a long, steep hike.
     
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    pretty cool, I like the little cracks and pebbles leading up to the building.

    I can see some clone spots prob dust a little lighter then the sky, no big deal though, nice shot !
     
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    Thank you. The dark look will work well in an idea I have for the shot.

    Thanks. Almost was- but this time I was smarter than the mountain (knocks on wood) and found an easier way up :)

    Thanks and thanks for pointing the spots out. I'm taking it up to get a proof and who knows if I would have saw them in my haste? (I like that word, haste).
     

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