A&P Industrial photos / found objects in oldass storage

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  1. Ingen

    Ingen New Member

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    THREAD UPDATED!!

    Hey, I explored a semiabandoned storage area today. Took a camera and about 20 lbs of gear with me, used about 1/5th of it . I'm going back soonish because it was way, way, way nice. Worth goin back :) All of this is going toward a major photo project I'm working on right now, and much of it is currently hidden from y'all. I haven't edited these much at all except to convert and post, becaues I wanted some preliminary feedback. So, yeah.
    [​IMG] I want to go back and take that. There was an artist who stored shit in tihs place, and this was presumably his. he went on to build one 8' wide and put it on top of a mountain in italy. The thing is probably worth some cash.

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    Less explaination is needed for this one.

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    Front of a 70+ year old boiler.

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    The chair is emo :p

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    Hawses.

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    Exit.


    UPDATE:
    Everyone loves new shit:

    Here's the ones I actually put my back in to (I don't think teh compositions are better than the ones above, I just didn't post them before)
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    And, as should be a custom, best for last:
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    2)
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    2.5) I think this image works better in sepia:
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    That's about it. let me know what you think, t'is my first time art shooting since....... oh, november? Yeah, about then. I made a bunch of little technical fuckups that I'll be fixing when I go back :)
     
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  2. joy division

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    20 lbs of gear? Why ? What :) ?
     
  3. Ingen

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    2 cams
    3 lenses
    2 tripods
    bunch of mat board for reflectors
    metal clamps
    flash.

    El fin.
     
  4. FidizzyTypeS

    FidizzyTypeS Gimme Dem Scones!! OT Supporter

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    photo 2 & 3 are my fav.....nice work
     
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    i like those a lot. industrial photos are one of my favorites. good job!
     
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    looks good. very emo
     
  7. Ingen

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    Glad you guys like them :bigOK: half the guys on my other forum were giving me shit because there was a lot of ramdom stuff in the frames... it is FOUND photography, ya know.
     
  8. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    20lbs of gear is pretty easy to achieve...
     
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    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    the boiler and the chair shot are my fav's
     
  10. Stemby

    Stemby Whoooose House? COOOOOOOOOOOOGS HOUSE!

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    i love the door and the hallway type shot
     
  11. Ty Webb

    Ty Webb You don't have to go to college. This isn't Russia

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    Great shots! I love them. I also like how you use the lightings in the area you were shooting to your advantage. Really good stuff.
     
  12. Ingen

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    I can't figure out of my home monitor is calibrated right :wtc:
     
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    why would you need two tripods?
     
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    maybe he used them with the clamps and matte board to achieve the lighting he wanted

    I like the first picture and the emo chair the best, the lighting on the chair picture really stands out to me for some reason, nice capture
     
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    I love the last one.
     
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    <33 the chair lighting was so easy... I did nothing :eek3d:
     
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    The horse one has awesome potential, but I think the horses are too dark.
     
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    It's in raw and i've got lotsa other versions :) I'll be fiddling with it extensively over the next couple weeks.

    The horses are slightly OOF in that though :(
     
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    its a good picture when you can say that objects are emo
     
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    I never thought about ti that way........ but yer right :)
     
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    :werd: part of my gear is a 25 lb counter-weight, so whenever i take it hiking i carry around 30lbs of gear easily :bowdown:
     
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    Everyone loves new shit:

    Here's the ones I actually put my back in to (I don't think teh compositions are better than the ones above, I just didn't post them before)
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    And, as should be a custom, best for last:
    1)
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    2)
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    2.5) I think this image works better in sepia:
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  24. Stemby

    Stemby Whoooose House? COOOOOOOOOOOOGS HOUSE!

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    yea i think 2.5 does also
     

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