Posts Tagged ‘brickwork’
Damn! a stock related topic with no beer!!! Whatever next!!!
With brewing, and learning more about brewing coupled with mortgage / house extension plans I’ve had no time what so ever for stock. Not even picked up the camera for something creative since about October last year, shocking I know!
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Stock Photo: Light at the end of the Tunnel, old railway tunnel, natural lighting from tunnel entrance.
|Light painting technique in complete or almost complete darkness.
Underground, damp and old architecture of forgotten railways.
Old ventilation shaft and rubble in Tunnel
To view the images in a larger size please click on the thumbnails.
My first ‘Urban Exploration or Urbex’ photo sale 🙂 I’m glad a couple of stock sites had the the forethought to accept ‘Dark photos’ without branding them as ‘Poor lighting’, so far the excellent Dreamstime and Stockxpert have accepted my dark railway tunnel shots. I’m hoping that istock will accept once they get re-reviewed by scout! *fingers crossed*
© Photographer: Pdtnc | Agency: Dreamstime.com
Shadow figure – The Darkness of a Disused Railway Tunnel in North Yorkshire, shots taken with long exposures and a mixture of available light and torch light, light painted to reveal the textures and brickwork of a forgotten age.
arch, architecture, brickwork, dark, darkness, disused, exploration, figure, inside, light, painting, railway, shadow, stonework, tunnel, urban, urbex, light painting, ravenscar, north yorkshire