© Max Polazov Photograph by Max Polazov, (portfolio) Location: Moscow, Russia (google maps) (wiki) Date: 2012 Camera: Nikon D7000 (Amazon) Focal Length: 11mm Shutter Speed: 25 sec Aperture: f/5.6 ISO/Film: 320 Note: Max Polazov took this photo on the metro tracks in Moscow, Russia. The grungy rust stains are highlighted so well and adds such
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© Guillermo Carballa Photograph by Guillermo Carballa, (portfolio) Location: Spain (google maps) (wiki) Date: January 16, 2012 Camera: Olympus Imaging CORP. E-1 (Amazon) Focal Length: 22mm Aperture: f/8 ISO/Film: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/13 sec Tripod: Yes Note: Guillermo Carballa captured this picture of a man walking on a path in a rugged forest. Very cool
© Peter Baumgarten Photograph by Peter Baumgarten, (portfolio) Location: Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada (google maps) (wiki) Date: January 24, 2012 Camera: Olympus Imaging CORP. E-30 (amazon) Focal Length: 14mm Aperture: f/22 ISO/Film: 100 Shutter Speed: 1.6 sec Tripod: Yes Note: Peter Baumgarten captured this photo on Manitoulin Island in Ontario. The photo is very well
© Scott Wilson Photograph by Burak Arik, Wilsonaxpe.500px.com Location: The Roaches, Peak District, England Date: November 26, 2011 Camera: Nikon D700 Focal Length: 14mm Aperature: f/13 ISO/Film: 200 Shutter Speed: 2/5 sec Tripod: Yes Note: Scott Wilson took this photo of an old abandoned barn in the The Roaches, Peak District, England. The lonely &
©Andreas Kampf Photograph by Andreas Kampf, http://ak.refocus.de Location: Papermill near Bad Berka, Germany Date: March 2011 Camera: Fuji S5 Pro, Tokina 12-24mm Lens, Nodal Ninja 3 (Tripod Head) Focal Length: 12mm Aperature: f/8 ISO: 100 Exposure: 2 sec Note: Andreas Kampf shot this beautiful picture in an abandoned papermill factory in Bad Berka, Germany. Choosing
©Kenny Weng Photograph by Kenny Weng, MoodAholic.com Location: Denmark Date: 2009 Camera: Canon EOS 20D Focal Length: 12mm Aperature: f/5 ISO: 200 Exposure: 1/50 sec Flash: No Note: The lighting from the greenhouse shining onto the grass gives it life, while the sky creates a sense of darkness and coldness. Very eerie but neat photo.