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High Key Vacancy

Posted by
Jason Politte (Conway, AR, United States) on 16 September 2011 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

I exposed this shot one stop over for a high key effect on this vacant house and overgrown lot.

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Chris Pereira from San Francisco, California, United States

great black and white

16 Sep 2011 5:17am

Chris Pereira from San Francisco, California, United States

I like the overexposure, I think it really works here

16 Sep 2011 5:18am

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

nice shot
well done

16 Sep 2011 6:23am

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

Un choix que je respecte ! Je te souhaite une agréable journée
JP

16 Sep 2011 6:35am

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Good call on this one. It really serves the time and place.

16 Sep 2011 9:32am

Stephen from Canberra, Australia

Terrific result, Jason. Marvelous technique to create a harsh atmosphere for this vacant lot.

16 Sep 2011 11:04am

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Nicely done. the shade calls to you

16 Sep 2011 11:46am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

I like the effect Jason! It seems like the sun is really beating down on this property! Well done! ;-)

16 Sep 2011 11:53am

Mhelene from Paris, France

Like an extra-terrestre effect !

16 Sep 2011 12:09pm

Victoria from Sweden

Very nice picture!

16 Sep 2011 12:44pm

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

Interesting result

16 Sep 2011 1:17pm

tataray from france, France

Superbe)))

16 Sep 2011 1:30pm

Twojays from South Central Montana, United States

Oooh how bold you are. I am thinking that the intense bright sunlight is devouring the abandoned structure, which, isn't far off the mark.

16 Sep 2011 2:56pm

Phil David Morris 2011 from Saskatoon, Toronto, New York, Canada

The long grasses lend a beautiful blinding light to the whole scene.
Gorgeous, Jason.

16 Sep 2011 3:16pm

Laurie from Prescott, United States

Wonderful processing on this one, Jason! What a lovely home - just needs a bit of love to make this once again a happy place. So sad so many beautiful homes are being abandoned and so many people homeless. Such a waste!

16 Sep 2011 4:07pm

franz from Baden, Austria

what an exquisite image, jason! i absolutely love the high-key effect here! it is very dramatic, yet allows the essential details to shine through!

16 Sep 2011 4:19pm

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

Very bold processing with a very dramatic outcome. Great way to focus attention to the house.

16 Sep 2011 4:27pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Super compo superbe luminosité fantastique iamge grandiose

16 Sep 2011 6:00pm

Landy from Miami, United States

buen trabajo de luces algo espuesto mas de lo normal pero aceptable un saludo

16 Sep 2011 6:20pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Interesting and eye-catching processing achieved here. Your composition makes this lot look landscaped with various tall grasses, rather than an "overgrown lot." Great textures as well.

16 Sep 2011 8:41pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

This is fantastic! It really makes the house stand out even more. Great processing!

16 Sep 2011 10:01pm

Lydia.Dd from de partout et de nulle part, France

The house is just growing from the earth ! fantastic !

17 Sep 2011 2:40am

sunstonemaria from California, United States

Hi Jason! beautiful scene, very interesting processing!

17 Sep 2011 4:33am

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

A cool effect.

18 Sep 2011 8:43pm