Parking garage passing by handheld

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They looked interesting enough at the time... :D


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that coloring works really well with those photos. AWESOME

i feel #3 could be done again but with a different angle...maybe more looking up or down the stairs. sort of a perspective shot

1 and 2 could be cropped to remove the dead black space

that's just what I would do...not what you should do
 

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I like 1 and 3 the best. The black space is fine...I think it adds something to the shots.

1 reminds me of a movie or something...
 

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For whatever reason, it does feel kind of "cozy". It seems that a deserted parking garage at night should be creepy. Very nice shots, I wish that we had some good parking garages here other than downtown and at the airport, but hey, that's what you get for living in the suburbs.
 

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I'm surprised how captivated I became by something as simple as a deserted parking garage. The mood and colors are great, you did a very nice job with these.
 
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thanks !!!

I need to go back with the tripod and do these proper !!

yeah, I processed them this way , but they weren't far off from the camera, just some color adjustment really.

Zombies !!! yey, one of my favorite genres in film. I actually want to to a zombie themed shoot sometime.
 

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