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Urban Decay 5 by ghostrider-in-ze-sky Urban Decay 5 by ghostrider-in-ze-sky
An interesting building, a derelict was living there, I said hello, then I did some shooting.

The editing is an upgraded version of the editing I did on the previous U.D. shot. Be sure to tell me if I caused any seizures or eye bleeding. :)
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TwiztedSound Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
amazing!
i love this little piece of hope in it...
like every end is also a beginning...
time is a snake biting its own tail^^
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iLawliet Featured By Owner May 18, 2009
Where do you take your photos? you have such amazing places that you shoot. I loves it. XD
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
Well, that's Bulgaria for you, it's crawling with abandoned totalitarian and pre-totalitarian buildings :)
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iLawliet Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2009
I need to go there. it looks amazing...even for ruined buildings! im one for adventure.
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ghostrider-in-ze-sky Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2009
Can't say I recommend it too much, besides Poland is just better, more stable, lot's of the ruined stuff, plus they have Beksinski, who is simply known as GOD.
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iLawliet Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2009
Yush. One day i shall go somewhere like that!!
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
Good good, another recommendation would be Ukraine, specificaly Pripyat, your basic totalitarian ghost town. :)
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iLawliet Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2009
thanks you!!

:3
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Chopen Featured By Owner May 11, 2009
Oh man Bulgaria must be a heaven if you're fan of urban decay photography. I love the lens flare as well, it gives the picture something special :)
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
Why yes, yes it is :), it's one of the few positive things I can think of the motherland right now :D
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Chopen Featured By Owner May 11, 2009
Haha, the entire world is sinking into an abyss my friend, not only your motherland ;)
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
You speak the truth brother :)
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Chopen Featured By Owner May 11, 2009
Yes, unfortunately :(
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
No need to worry, this, in a few years, will just give us more photographic material. I think. I'm just hoping Canon or Nikon don't declare bankruptcy by then. :(
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Allegoria-Images Featured By Owner May 11, 2009
Hey if they do we can allways go back to shooting on film, i mean if film companies dont go too, but old analog cameras just keep going.
Or of course we could make our own photographic paper and work with pinhole haha.
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
Film is good and all, but it's damn expensive. At least here.

Btw I've read about a processing technique where you use leafs instead of paper. Might do that :D
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Chopen Featured By Owner May 11, 2009
Hehe, I considered Canon and Sony when I got my DSLR, so I'll just jump on the Sony ship when Canon (or Nikon) sinks :lol: I'm easy like that
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:iconghostrider-in-ze-sky:
Not a big fan of the Sony, though I'm not really familiar with their cameras, I dislike em on a general basis :lol: . I'll take me a Canon any day, the EOS Rebel, specifically, is my target camera purchase as soon as I get a hold of some money. :)
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