decor for a resturant I went to

decor for a resturant I went to
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Behind The Lens

This photo was take in Kansas City Missouri at a restaurant/bar called "Baby Does." Built as if going in to a mind on a Cliff over looking City. It was not long lived as too close to the cliff edge and deemed not safe. Was decorated really cool from the outside, too bad.
After to going the restaurant/bar 1 night, I went back with a camera in the afternoon to take pictures of the of layout on and around the place.
I've always used natural light, still do. I can adjust the aperture for most any pictures I take.
This was take on a Nikon, film camera. Forgot the modal think an FE interchangeable lens, about a 28-to 75 ish zoom lens. Hand held.
Just the look of the place, all out of the early 1900's decor all around the outside, including rusted out old cars.
I didn't change a thing. Did develop myself at friends dark room.
In my camera bag
I carry these days a Nikon Coolpix B500 40x wide zoom wide/full HD. The only other things I tale along are extra batteries & car keys and ID
Find something you like, look at it thru the camera, take pictures from all points and angle, you can figure out the best when you get home. This one was not taken on a digital camera, so had more limits then.

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