My housemate is a photography student and has recently been given an HDR brief to shoot 'spaces through which we move'; spaces which are never a destination and are essentially forgotten, overlooked.
This brief really captured my imagination and I've been looking for a good reason to try out some HDR programs anyway =D) So I thought I'd try a few for myself.
This one is at the rear of a car park outside my local Morrisons Superstore; it baks onto a railwayn line and a small industry area where lorries often park (on the other side of those bollards) for deliveries. I believe this is where the lorries come through to unload at Morrissons also.
I'm not really postimg much on here these days. I only intend to post my personal projects or experimental work as this is what I need feedback on - so please do leave a constructive comment or a star rating.
These days I post more regularly to the blog on my website, so skate on over there to see what I've been up to recently: Freelance Photographer in Newcastle upon Tyne | Subtle Sensor Photography
You can find my fashion and portrait work here: Subtle Sensor on Model Mayhem
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