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UER Forum > UE Photography > Abandoned Churches I've been to Across the Midwest (Viewed 319 times)
Max Power @strangeplaces 


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Abandoned Churches I've been to Across the Midwest
< on 5/1/2019 4:40 PM >
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A few random photos that I took of some abandoned churches. These aren't all the abandoned churches I've been to, just a few of them.


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Taken on iPhone 7


Beautiful abandoned church. While this looks like a medieval stone cathedral with renaissance ceiling art, this was located in a midwestern city. The "stone" is actually a heavy, concrete-like plaster, and the structural support comes from a steel or iron frame. In some places, the "stone" has given away, exposing the steel frame. Taken on Nikon D3330


Technically a chapel inside of an abandoned catholic school. Awesome stained glass and fixtures. I wish I would have paid more attention to the exposure because the stained-glass is a little blown-out.

Taken on iPhone 7

The Rest of these Photos are not very good. But the locations were cool enough to make up for the bad photo work lol. Check em out...


Trash Photo. But the interior and ceiling is cool looking, which is why I included it.
Taken on iPhone 7



Inside a heavily decayed church. An Okayish photo. The ISO was way too high. I wish I had a tripod on me for this photo so I could have lowed the ISO and done a long exposure.
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Same Church with high ISO.


This church, while it had power, was indeed abandoned. All the windows were boarded-up, and so were the doors. It was completely dark in here until my friend located the switches that turn on the main lights. A bland photo of a dope location. Taken on Nikon D3300

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< Reply # 1 on 5/2/2019 2:04 AM >
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While it is probably too late to dig yourself out of this hole, I'll try to be nice and give you a chance.

You've got some cool places here. I really like the 4th one because it's a tiny little church house, but it's got windows and paintings like in a nice church.



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Re: Abandoned Churches I've been to Across the Midwest
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Nice shots. The second last church is very nice.




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Re: Abandoned Churches I've been to Across the Midwest
< Reply # 3 on 5/2/2019 5:29 PM >
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Great post. Good shots, good descriptions, very civil.
I liked that you included some photo information and how you plan on improving based off of results and setting.
Thanks for sharing.




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i really the Gothic looking ones. the first pic is a genuine ruin. it looks like its hundreds of years old.




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Re: Abandoned Churches I've been to Across the Midwest
< Reply # 5 on 5/2/2019 9:50 PM >
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You have a D3300. You don't need a tripod, you just need to use manual.

I shoot with a D3400 and I rarely carry a tripod. I shoot with the lowest shutter I can handle, an open aperture, and adjust ISO accordingly. That said, if you need more than 3200, it's not worth it.




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