Newtown Ruin by Juilee  Pryor

Photographic Prints

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$8.25

Sizing Information

Photographic
Small 11.9" x 8.0"
Medium 17.8" x 12.0"
Large 23.8" x 16.0"
X large 29.7" x 20.0"

Features

  • Superior quality silver halide prints
  • Archival quality Kodak Endura paper
  • Lustre: Professional photo paper with a fine grain pebble texture
  • Metallic: Glossy finish and metallic appearance to create images with exceptional visual interest and depth

Right in the middle of Newtown is this huge and completely ruined building. Its been there so long and been so completely neglected for so long that the locals no longer notice it. The graceful old lines of the architecture had allowed this building to decay with style. Eventually some developer will come along and convert the site to lots of tiny apartments and all that will remain will be some funny old photos like this one. Taken with infrared film and finished off in photoshop. I love photoshop and I love infrared film. I hope that you the viewer will like to look at this small series of building photos.


Comments

  • dairygirl
    dairygirlover 7 years ago

    I like this image a lot, its kinda spooky looking but intresting, I think it is great

  • Nate Welk
    Nate Welkover 7 years ago

    Great look, Love the effect infrared gives an image

  • Sylvia Karall
    Sylvia Karallover 7 years ago

    Lovely image of a beautiful building.

  • Jared Revell
    Jared Revellover 7 years ago

    Fantastic shot Juilee.
    The textures, lines and composition are great.
    Love the light shining in the window

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 7 years ago

    Stunning capture.

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 7 years ago

    Thanks everybody. I like the darkness of the image I have to say. It could be really gothic but the radient light from the window makes it something else.

  • Mark Hayward
    Mark Haywardover 7 years ago

    awesome light from the window..love the grain too! nice bw work Juilee.

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 7 years ago

    thanks markhayward this is actually a composite image from two seperate IR negs. glad you like it.

  • Scott Ruhs
    Scott Ruhsover 7 years ago

    Eerie

  • Juilee  Pryor
    Juilee Pryorover 7 years ago

    yes it is a bit eerie. which is why I was attracted to it in the first place I guess.


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