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    Lightbulb Relatively New to Photography.

    Hello all!

    I've posted my artwork here and there, but I've become a budding photographer since '05. Mostly family and such-but I've suddenly in the past two years found this thing attatched to me as if it were a third hand. I've been a U.E. for decades, and when I found myself in a building that I've gotten into-I remembered the camera I lug around everywhere was actually WITH me this time.

    Following are several instances of buildings that I've visited, and one of a friend's family member. Any/all comments are welcome.

    A view from my "Exit" from the warehouse I finagled my way into.
    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"


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    This would be the view from the second floor of the warehouse previously spoken of.
    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"

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    The second floor....floor. The other half of the second floor still held most of it's rooftop, and was utterly pitch black but for the corner by the staircase that led to the first floor again. There was plenty of greenery in this section...
    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"

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    Last but not least-"Stirge".

    My friend's son, at the north entry of the very same warehouse the other photos came from.
    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"

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    Hi there!

    I like the mood of the first one, but the overexposure is quite distracting.

    Overall, watch out for overexposure and blurring.

    Keep shooting!

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    I have that thing with me always! The blurring I've been working on-still wading through the camera's options and figuring things out!

    Hi back!

    ~J

    I'll keep posting things up...I have the abandoned hospice photos that I can show and get critiques as well.
    "He didn't hang himself, I put him there to dry. How soon can I go home?"

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