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Posted By: VaughnA, 09-05-2010, 08:05 PM

While at a Labor Day Picnic, I was asked if I wanted to check out the abandoned tobacco barn for a few photos. I think that I got a few nice shots although I had to go handheld as I didn't have a tripod. I'm thinking I'll go back to see what I can do with the right equipment.




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That second shot is awesome. The light beams highlighted by the dust; I love that.
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Good one Vaughan.
#2 would be great to see in rich colour.
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Good one Vaughan.
#2 would be great to see in rich colour.
Here you go. I'm torn between the color and b&w, they both seem to look darker after I export to Flickr.



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Great composition, especially in the second! If you're handy at PP you should try to add a little bit more contrast. That would really complete the photo IMO.
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great subject..... i like the b+w rendition...those light shafts seem otherworldly.... very nice... dave m
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These are stunning. I prefer the force of the B&W, but the muted colors are appealing in their own way, too.
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