The next post is going to be about Photography Equipment. Everything you need to know to have a basic understanding of all the main things used in doing photography. I will finish the post in the next week, so stay tuned!
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This is amazing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1eS3ChsQAM&feature=youtu.be
“Alice in Wonderland” 36 x 36 Acrylic and mixed media on canvas “Untitled” 36 x 36 Acrylic and mixed media on canvas “Blazing Sky” 36 x 36 Acrylic on canvas “Fireflies” 24 x 30 Acrylic and mixed media on canvas
I have bought the domain dcurbanexploration.com and will be putting all of my abandoned photography on that site from this point forward. (So you will no longer be seeing posts about my shoots at abandoned places here.) You will be able to access the new website from my celestejheery.com home page once the site is … More New Abandoned Website – Coming Soon!
“Broken Illusion” 30 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas “Transcendental Eclipse” 30 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas “Ice In Her Veins” 30 x 36 Acrylic on Canvas
Earlier this year, we went to photograph the abandoned Scranton Lace Company in Scranton, PA. 75,000 of space. It had been on my bucket list, so it was a great opportunity.
“Fireworks”, 11 x 24, acrylic on paper “Living in Memories”, 30 x 36, mixed media on canvas. This painting is dedicated to those who have passed. The drips represent bittersweet tears, as we smile remembering our loved one, but miss them terribly. “Nite Brite”, 30 x 30, mixed media on canvas
“Memories of Asheville”, 48 x 60, mixed media on canvas. “Another Autumn”, 30 x 36, acrylic on canvas. “Aerial Decay”, 18 x 24, acrylic on canvas.
On April 15, 2016, we went to Lansdowne, PA, to shoot the abandoned Lansdowne Theater. The Lansdowne Theater opened on June 1, 1927. While the theater was primarily a movie house, it did host live performances on its stage. Many people remember the famous Lansdowne Theater organ which originally accompanied silent movies and then was … More Lansdowne Theater