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- Fort Stark, NH
- 1/4s f/8 ISO 125 15mm
- This is Version 2.The original I processed on my laptop - and when I opened it on my workstation - nearly had a heart attack (which, at my age - is a very real possibility ;) ). It was terrible! Anyway - this is updated...
A little about this image - A couple of weeks ago, I gained "UN-Authorized Access" to an abandoned Fort (built in 1902). The signs around the property were a little daunting (Violators Will Be Arrested), but - well - I wasn't arrested or anything. This is one of the ammunition galleries, which was kind of eerie. I've contacted the caretakers of the Fort - and hope to get "Authorized Access" to document the rest of the buildings for local historians. We will see...
Sony A7R - RAW - processed in Lightroom, NIK and PS. Lens was a Sony SEL1018 F (APS-C) used in FF mode (awesome little lens!).
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Amazing photo, the detail in the colours and textures are just amazing! Every part of the photo is a visual treat!Helpful 1 23 October 2014
Much better. Glad I could help :)24 July 2014
John, I don't know which is more awesome in this shot, the photographer or that A7R. I hope you get access to do a complete shoot. Great job, Joe24 July 2014
1 23 July 2014
Hi John. This is much better, I thought the first one was a bit out but I could not put my finger on what it was. Great detail in this shot as always. Mike.Helpful 1 23 July 2014
Nice photo John. I was going to comment on this yesterday but.......then it was gone! Lots of detail, interesting subject matter with a history behind it. It is always fun to do something forbidden (especially at our age. Lol) I hope you get authorization to access the building, as I would love to see more of it.......LindaHelpful 1 23 July 2014