A shroud of fog... by wolfcreek50
wolfcreek50

A shroud of fog...

by wolfcreek50 in Rural Settings

An abandoned farmhouse in a heavy fog bank off of a private road in the country...

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  • beyondimpression

    beyondimpression

    beautiful!!

    Oct 16th Reply eat all the cookies!
  • LAlight

    LAlight

    Lovely! Your locations look so familiar to me, and I'm not sure if it's because I have seen them or just lots of places like them. What state do you shoot in?

    Jun 8th, 2011 Reply
    • wolfcreek50

      wolfcreek50

      South Carolina...New Mexico...Arizona...Indiana...and Oregon...but I would say 2/3's of my shots are from southern Indiana and now western Oregon...I prefer rural areas or smaller towns to big cities...besides in the rural areas are the buildings I'm searching for...

      Jun 9th, 2011 Reply
  • Holyfrap

    Holyfrap

    Brilliant... the fog makes for a very spooky setting. The grains finishes the spooky feel. Love this ♥

    May 29th, 2011 Reply
  • Handie

    Handie

    Very nice - great atmosphere!

    May 9th, 2011 Reply
  • Tammara

    Tammara

    Very haunting.

    May 8th, 2011 Reply
    • wolfcreek50

      wolfcreek50

      Thank you for taking the time and for your kind comments my friend...I was very disappointed to find this same little house demolished when I came back a week later to try other angles on a photoshoot but I have come to find about a quarter of my abandoned buildings wind up being torn down...

      May 8th, 2011 Reply
  • jodipheonix

    jodipheonix

    reminds me slightly of the old house in the original " Night of The Living Dead " very creepy image , and very good at the same time. can't believe it was taken with film!! ( I never got any good images from film.. only when I used a 110 camera.. )

    May 7th, 2011 Reply
  • wolfcreek50

    wolfcreek50

    Thank you very much...the sad thing about this small abandoned farmhouse is that a week later I came back to get shot's from another angle and it was demolished...

    May 6th, 2011 Reply
  • aurora0917

    aurora0917

    this image feels lonesome, nostalgic, and beautifully dark. i like it!

    May 6th, 2011 Reply
  • HellOnAStick

    HellOnAStick

    This is quite nice...very reminiscent of some of the ink pieces that I've seen.

    May 6th, 2011 Reply
    • wolfcreek50

      wolfcreek50

      Thank you very much for your wonderful comments my friend...

      May 6th, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      you're welcome! Id love to know what film you used! hehe

      May 6th, 2011 Reply
    • wolfcreek50

      wolfcreek50

      I've been using 1600 ISO FUJI Neopan but the drawback is excess noise especially if you have to enlarge the photo from whomever developed the originals...walmart walgreens...I don't develop my own film...some people dislike the noise and others love it...

      May 6th, 2011 Reply
    • HellOnAStick

      HellOnAStick

      True, I have found that even with 3200 speed Tmax I can control the grain pretty easily at 1600EI with Acufine and Tmax developers, which are generally pretty noisy. Scanning your negatives correctly and figuring the right dpi and settings on your scanner really helps as well. I love film grain for some things...for other things, not so much. depends on the day...but I always like to have a body with high speed and low speed film, just in case.

      May 6th, 2011 Reply
  • Stroody

    Stroody

    eerie , mysterious and very beatiful ................ Fabulous capture this :)

    May 6th, 2011 Reply