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    Cool Urban Decay Photography

    Hi Everybody-

    I have a question to all of you out there. Does anybody know where I can find a website that can offer places that have good run down buildings to shoot in???

    I can find sites that offer images of all kinds of urban decay photography, but none offer to compile places to go,,, or that are great places where there might be good examples of urban decay to shoot.

    Thanks for looking and any thoughts /advise you can offer.

    Sincerely- Douglas


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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    As a former resident of Columbus myself, I can tell you that you're in no danger of running out of places of urban decay to shoot. Depending on your level of bravery and sense of personal safety, you can head downtown to Parson Ave. near the old railyard. Just about anywhere south of downtown has lots of interesting buildings (and people for that matter) to shoot. Campus area is another good spot.

    The best thing to do is just get in your car and go.

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    Also...

    Check out Google or Bing's satellite maps. The Bing bird's eye view maps give 3D images where you can see all sides of buildings and not just the rooftop.

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    Check out the pics in here of the amusement park at Chernobyl. Great place for urban decay, just bring your lead underwear!

    Chernobyl Today: A Creepy Story told in Pictures | Village Of Joy
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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    Urban Decay Photography
    I love this type of photography, it tells such as story of things that were.
    Its very artistic and pushes ones limits of imagination..
    Urban Decay Photography-dsc_0056_01.jpg
    You have to stand for something, otherwise you will fall for anything.
    Despite the high cost of living, itís still very popular.
    Light travels faster then sound, that is why some people appear bright until they open their mouth.
    Curt

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    HI Anthony-

    Thanks so much, I will check out the area toward the old railroad (sounds like fun), and other areas as well.

    Sincerely- Doug

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    And thanks to all of you for your thoughts and suggestions. I really appreciate it.

    Sincerely- Doug

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    If you run into CSX security, tell them I said hi.

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    Re: Urban Decay Photography

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony Hereld View Post
    If you run into CSX security, tell them I said hi.
    LOL! Anthony, you kill me sometimes!
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