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UER Forum > UE Photography > My Latest Urbex Photography (Viewed 334 times)
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My Latest Urbex Photography
< on 10/14/2017 5:16 PM >
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My last photography post was kind of a fail, so I thought I'd redo it here. Here's some old pics, as well as some very recent ones.

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Desertify Urbex 
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< Reply # 1 on 10/14/2017 7:08 PM >
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Two and seven I think are your best here. The same lighting and processing that make some of the photos a little washed out are making these two look very good. Those are some cool tunnels.




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< Reply # 2 on 10/14/2017 7:56 PM >
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Nice shots! Human subjects in scenes like these always look nice, I like the variety of indoor/outdoor stuff.




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< Reply # 3 on 10/14/2017 8:31 PM >
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Two and seven I think are your best here. The same lighting and processing that make some of the photos a little washed out are making these two look very good. Those are some cool tunnels.


Thanks, and I'd have to agree with you on that. Those two shots definitely stand out more to me. Lighting like that is tricky to manage, but I think it's cool if used right.

matt817k
Nice shots! Human subjects in scenes like these always look nice, I like the variety of indoor/outdoor stuff.


Thanks, yeah I almost always like to have a human subject in frame. Adds a little more humanity to the photos.





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< Reply # 4 on 10/22/2017 4:57 AM >
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I really like number 2, 6 and the last one! Especially number 2. The light is beautiful and the silhouettes are still multidimensional. A sick shot for sure.

Id say image 3 was perhaps a missed opportunity in my opinion (and I'm far from a photgraphy hero) For me the photo has enough good elements without the dude in the shot, you have the graffiti, that supercool ceiling structure and the contrasting lights through the window - I personally feel he doesn't need to be there and it's distracting rather than enhancing.

I'd have saturated/contrasted the graffiti. I know it's not necessarily urbex style to saturate but it's part of your composition and could have contrasted . I'd have also cropped some more of the boring floor/foreground and come at more of an acute angle to have the graffiti lead into the pillar and up into the ceiling, if you understand?

It's all subjective and I'm by no means a genius but thought of offer my two cents.

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