for me it depends on how they're restoring it. in bannack it seems like they're shoring up the floors so you can safely explore the buildings and...
i've only seen a few at distance and the rest as roadkill. you've got some nice photos of them, but man they're ugly.
i'm with derrel on this one, a square crop is the way to go. of the 2 i prefer the second one because it emphasizes the flower, however i think...
thanks. seriously though, get out and shoot those barns and houses before they're gone. i've visited a church out in north dakota a few times...
shot in bannack state park in montana. it's an old ghost town and one of the best state parks i've ever been to.
fuji 50r & 32-64mm
ditto derrel. great job.
totally understand about personal preference and artistic style. if that's what you like then stick to your guns and love your work. but you can...
take a look at this link.
How to Fix a “Lens Control Error” on Fuji Cameras
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Potential Solutions to the Lens Control Error...
haha, yes it certainly would make a great setting for a horror story. thanks.
gorgeous light and color.
you've captured some beautiful skies, but i'd love to see the foregrounds lightened just a little.
wow! gorgeous rays of light!
i always forget how steep and crowded harpers ferry is. your photos, the first especially, really brings back some memories of the place. well done!
the title is a play on words using a common mispronunciation of the state name.
shot in maryland back in april. just now got around to editing...
sometimes those impromptu "snapshots" make the best photos. capturing real emotion and light rather than focusing on the technical stuff.
beautiful, rich black tones! you've created a fantastic photo.
they can be pricey. and even the best "neutral" filters have a bit of a color cast.
with a screw in you're stuck with the horizon in the center. with a square (really rectangular in the case of grad nds) the horizon can be slid...
just curious, what did you get? no matter what it is it looks like you have a good handle on it already. both are fantastic images, but i was...
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