Snowy Asylum

A thick layer of snow fell over stockport, brought my camera to college to find college was closing, feeling productive I revisited the Asylum. One of my favourite photography locations. I made sure to use the Cameras large colour depth to boost the perceptual saturation so the viewer could see more colours than they would their naked eye.

Abandoned Barn

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Experimenting with long exposure has helped me understand more about my camera and how it works, for this project I went to an abandoned barn that would of been pitch black without my torch. I noticed I could create complicated looking lighting setups just using the one torch. A tripod was particulaly important to keep the camera steady while taking these 30″ long exposures, this also allowed me to move around with the light.