What lies inside?

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  1. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    So I posted up a picture of my previous employer about a week ago, and I just happened to wander inside and see what was left of my beloved grocery store. I can't believe how stripped down they got it! All taken with my 10-20mm lens.

    Outside
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    The service desk
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    Frozen Section (where I used to work)
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    edtek TPF Noob!

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    i like the building!
     
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    Great contrast on #1. The way the light stops at the corner. Good composition.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    How long was your exposure for the first? And how dark was the sky (to the eyes) - we can see stars, which means it must have been pretty dark! Darker than it seems to us, the viewers of your photo, I am sure!

    And where did the light come from?
    The first (outside photo) is the best, I think. Is that the back of the building where the truck unloadedt their new supplies to the store?
     
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    Exposure on the first was about 30 seconds if i remember correctly, the sky was pretty dark but the long exposure really brought it out, the light was from the overhead parking lot lights... i used a very cool white balance to take the nasty yellow out of the photo though

    thanks!
     
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    Why do I love the first photo so much?
     
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    Haha see now I can see the building on the inside without breaking and entering:)
     
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    the door blew the door open :bigangel:
     

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