Still Life, Portraits, Urbex
Posted on 2012/04/27 at 05:20 in Architecture & Urbex, Photography | RSS feed
That’s an interesting take on the photo challenge.
I absolutely adore the texture in your photographs.
Thanks Face! Yesterdays post was the photo challenge, but I suppose I could’ve used this one also. Some of the best textures come from old, abandoned places. Nothing better to do with their time than age to perfection.
Love how the mould/ mildew in this shot is so graphic. I can almost smell it. Great shot.
Thanks Richard! Yeah, used a mask in this place because of that, haha.
Another great shot – how do you get this effect?
Thanks, CK! This was processed very similar to this one, as far as HDR and desaturating. TBH, the photo itself didn’t contain much color aside from the trees outside of the window and the sky. Everything was already a very pale grey or white except from the wood color which I saturated a little more to get it to ‘pop’ a little more.
Thanks for that. It’s a technique I’m keen to try and add to my repertiore, lol…
Sure thing.. If you want a more in depth process or have any other questions, just email me. Will be glad to help.
¡Fántastica!, como siempre, esa persiana rota cuenta tantas cosas, un abrazo
Gracias Manoli! Sólo espero encontrar más lugares como éste, me encanta tomar fotos allí, como estoy seguro de que también lo hacen!
Uy Robert, me encantan estos sitios, pero por aquí no encuentro yo lo que tu tienes allí, saludos
Oh Robert, I love these sites, but I can not find here what you have there, greetings
Yo entiendo, que no son muy fáciles de encontrar aquí, pero cuando se puede, que es genial!
Toda la razón, saludos
The cherry on the cake for me looking at this is that fabulous sunlit effect on the wall
Thank you, Lance!
Really nice photo, love the line pattern throughout.
Thanks, Christina.. Lines everywhere! I would’ve preferred the lighting to be a bit better, and I probably should’ve used a different lens, but I hate changing lenses in places like this. Lots of dirt & dust in the air. The lines going everywhere is what drove me to post it.
awesome shot robert, i think the post-processing was perfect here, really brought out the feel of the place
Wonderful composition. Especially like the colour tones and use of lines Creates an abstract quality without lose of the actual subject-setting.
Thank you, Elmediat, for your visit and kind words!
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