Down A Dark Hall (2016)


Winship House — Wakefield, Massachusetts

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Nikon D800

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11 responses to “Down A Dark Hall (2016)

  1. Love the angle and darkness here! I will be going to an abandoned building tomorrow with a photography group. It’s inside. I have no idea what I’m doing and processing these images is not as easy as it looks when you’re used to doing something completely different. I’m going to use my 14-24 lens on my Nikon though. And yes I guess I’ll bring my tripod for a change LOL.

    • I use Nikon’s 9-shot bracket to give me a range of exposures to blend. I set the camera to self-timer with a 10 second delay so that the camera can settle down before the mirror flips up. 14-24 is my lens of choice for interiors, so you should be fine…

      • Thanks for the suggestions Robert! Fortunately I love to bracket lol. I usually use the 2-second delay or my remote but it’s a good point about the camera settling before the mirror moves. I would assume you are using a high ISO setting as well.

      • No, just long exposures at ISO 100 – 200…I will go up to 3200 shooting hand-held in the dark with my VR on…but I don’t like to due to the “grain” – however NIK Define does clean up a lot of that.

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