This is a continuation of a previous shoot. My friend and his dog started walking into the light and I saw an angle of the area that really captured my interest. This is technically an in-between shot, but one that I felt was worth taking a second look at. My obsession with Railroad Tracks makes, yet again, another appearance . Shot on 35mm Kodak P3200.
through the dark background and the black & white effect I personally find it hard to focus on the "model", also I think the exit behind seems a little overexposed, though it's giving your photo combined with the trails a feeling like "stairway to heaven" or something like this
It's a enxerpiment to test the ability of Kodak P3200 in the daytime. Many claim that nothing will turn out if ya shoot it in the daytime, yet, I have PROOF here that it DOES create an image Many of my black and White works are done Using this film stock to give it a grimy/grainy/gritty appearance. I like the "roughness" of the film and I find subjects that fit accordingly Thankz again for taking a look!
Cubism, functionalism and the modern architecture, discovered by chance to a art work.
i think this pic follows all the basic rules of photography
this is great work-
Hey thanks! I'm sucker for anything that has Railroad Tracks!
i like abandoned places also-oh and about the sleeping thang,i don't sleep,so i couldn't say if it scares me or not,haha
Oh you read the list! Yeah I have Hypnophobia
your afraid of Hypos? i thought it had something to do with sleep.haha well i'm a acute case of insomnia. i've gone a whole week without so much as a wink. i probably wouldn't know anything about sleep if it wasn't for people telling me.haha so what do you do then,stay up all night and order cheezy artifects off of QVC?
Gym That's the only thing I like about 24 hour fitness (I prefer Gold's Gym). Always open!
well that's good cause i was beginning to worry that you secretly go on the home shopping network and order cute little baby angel figurines. not that that is wrong,but well i can't see someone called diamoneyes going there. maybe if they started selling leather. oh hey then i'd be on there 24/7.
Very cool angle and contrast. Great work!
Thanks! This was a very cool location and he has a very cool relationship with his dog. I like it!
He he he...very good camera work.
Great shot. I've always found something special and unique about railroad tracks. They give me a sense of being far, away and symbolize detachment. A very nice shot, done from a perfect angle.