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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by pictor, Feb 26, 2011.
This Thread is for pictures which show decay.
Olympus E-PL1, 13mm @ f/4.8, 1/15, ISO 800
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"a workers' committee proposed this" (a statue of a 19th century reformer)
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moss at work (Oly 17mm)
It's almost too pretty to be 'decay'.. but tell that to the stonework.
I have watched many of these homesteader and pioneer cabins collapse over the years, there used to be one on every quarter of land.
Olympus E-PL1, 12mm @ f/8, 1/10, ISO 1600
GH2 w/ Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 lens
GH2 w/ Carl Zeiss Planar T* 50mm f/1.4 lens
Rusting Farm Machinery
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Both with Panasonic GF1 fitted with 21mm, f/4 Voigtlander Color-Skopar
Shock horror, these images have disappeared from my gallery, what's happened?
Further edit, linked to my flickr account, as a practice, first time I've attempted this.
Rusty Bike on Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Panny 20mm f1.7 @ f4.0 1/640 ISO 200.
You need to have uploaded the photo somewhere where it can be seen on the web, then use the IMG tag to show the picture. For example, I'm going to pretend that the logo in the top left of this forum is my photograph. By right-clicking on it, I can find its URL. I click the Insert Image button on the toolbar in this forum's little editor, and paste (or type) that URL in. I end up seeing this in my post:
which looks like this:
That's not a thumbnail; it's just that the logo is only that big anyway. It works for any image on the internet that doesn't use cleverness to prevent hot-linking.
The old fort. GF1 20mm f/1.7
Olympus E-PL1, 18mm @ f/8, 1/90, ISO 400
Panasonic GH2 + 14-140mm kit lens during one of my first real shoots with the new camera.
I found this beautiful abandoned water tower to film.
Graffiti Rust by HD SHOOT, on Flickr
GF1 20mm f/1.7
Decay, beautifully dressed... captured by GF-1
Center Park, Belgium