Of Rust & Flesh

Shot in an old abandoned trailer.

Shot in an old abandoned trailer.
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2 Comments | Report
Bernard3616 October 10, 2015
Lovely shoot wellk done!!
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tetvet February 13, 2016
nice shot, great idea.

Behind The Lens

This photograph was taken on a remote ranch that had several of these 1940 era vintage abandoned trailers.
My photoshoot started early in the morning with this partcular shot captured in the late morning.
My lighting was morningtime natural and diffused lighting.
My camera was a handheld Canon 5D Mk-II DSLR camera with a 24-70 zoom lens.
This rusting old trailer screamed out to me to use as a prop with these two models I was shooting! Both models were indeed brave to pose in this old abandoned tailer as it had become the habitat of bugs, spiders, and varmints. Once in and situated, both models created the magic and went to work!
My work flow for this image was to bring it in via Lightroom, make some basic global adjustments and then finish off makng final adjustments in Photoshop along with using various Nik filters.
In my camera bag
My camera, my go-to Canon 24-70 f/2.8 lens along with a 50mm, 35mm, and an 85mm primes lenses. I also always carry and use my faithful Sekonic light meter.
Always seek out new and unique locations and props to take your photography and vision to a new level...don't be afraid to take new creative challenges and risks!

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