A much more dramatic take on the Forestville house, Forsaken is a five exposure HDR during a stormy day. I discovered this house while running CPO checks on several pools out in Wake Forest last summer. The owner asked me to leave the back half of the property after I passed a No Trespassing sign. After a long talk, I learned that I can actually just look up the property owner and ask permission. Even though I never got to explore the property, I'm glad I got to talk to him because it helped me out with future abandonment endeavors.
Awards and Recognition:
roguemark Gallery October 2014
I like a few things in life. I'm a bit of a tech-head. I love technology. I try to stay up on the latest of what's going on, even though that doesn't always work out. Sometimes, I wind up with loads of junk. This came from a junker PC, and sat in my classroom for a few months before I took it down. I spun it around a bit and realized that I could make it into a city park with the right angles and lighting. I used my HTC One as my light, and turned out all of the overheads in my room. I used my 60mm macro, some light from the windows, and my HTC One to ultimately produce this scene. I gave it a bit of yellow toning to finish it off, giving it the appearance of high-rise apartments in the late evening.