I discovered an abandoned factory building in Bridgeport, CT, that offered some good opportunities for HDR photography and playing around with various filters.
Here are a few more shots – click on any one of them to see them in slideshow format.
Posted April 17, 2013 by Lutz Braum in Architecture, Black&White, US
Tagged with Architecture, B&W, Black & White, bridgeport ct, canon eos 7d, Connecticut, HDR, photography
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I love places like this, you have done a fantastic job with photographing it.
Great shots – I too am drawn to decay (especially urban decay) – As I am located in CT could you give me location? If you do not want to post here, you may email me directly at: email@example.com
I think this would be good for some IR shooting…Thanks!
You can see the factory when you drive on I95, next to exit 26, at the corner of Cherry Street and Hancock Street in Bridgeport.
Thanks – I’ll check it out. Happy shooting.
Wow…nice find and wonderful shots. Congratz!
Very cool. I love old industrial sites.
Wow. the B&W shot of the stack is really … stark, for lack of a better word. It looks surreal, like a scene from a video game. It really leaves an impression.
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