Black and White Photography, New York, Photography

Haunting

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I maximized the distortion effect of the 18mm wide angle lens by choosing this camera angle. I think it adds to the general feeling of this haunting scene. I hope you enjoy.

Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujinon XF 18mm R lens – 1/600 @ f/5.6 – ISO 200 – Black and white mode with internal red filter applied.

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19 thoughts on “Haunting

  1. kilted1 says:

    What makes the shot for me (well what first struck me) wasn’t the pov but the wonderful tones you have produced in the stonework.

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  2. No doubt that’s haunting, even in the daylight. I can almost imagine a drape slightly moving. Is it a building in use still Joe? The spiked chimney’s against the clouds add to the ‘eeeeek’ feeling πŸ˜€

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    • Thank you very much Boomdee πŸ™‚ The building which is called Coe Hall is now a museum with walk through tours. This whole property Planting Fields Arboretum which is now a NYS park belonged to a very rich individual. Here is a link to their website – http://www.plantingfields.org Have a great day πŸ™‚

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