Early Morning Light

by Kristi Hines · Arizona, Goodyear, HDR


One of the things that is fascinating about shooting urbex locations like Phoenix Trotting Park is watching how everything changes as the light starts pouring into the building. When the dark spaces become illuminated, new compositions emerge.

Early Morning Light Inside Phoenix Trotting Park

Don’t miss the conclusion of Jason’s pics from Trotting Park on Monday!

Camera: Nikon D3000 with 18-55mm Nikkor Lens
Processing: Adobe Lightroom 3, Photomatix Pro 4, Topaz Adjust


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Mike Criswell

Very cool, looks like a pair of eyes looking in
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Dave DiCello

Wow, I love the detials here Krisit, those two flares you captured are incredible as well!

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Scott Wyden Kivowitz

I love the light shining through on the left
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Chris Nitz

Mike said it best, I love the lighted “eyes” looking through the boards. Cool shot!
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Tobias George

Great detail and use of light!
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Curt Fleenor

Love those long shadows and those two flares…nice!
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Chris Frailey

Love the contrasting lines.
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Jim Nix

great shot Kristi, and wow you guys must have had a great time out there, so many cool shots!!

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Chris DeAngelis

Love the double light bursts! Cool shot, you 2 are killing it with images from this place!
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Keith Moyer

Love the light peaking through the cracks! Well done.
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A.Barlow

Oh wow, cool lighting there on this one. Like how it has very sharp reflections off those two points.
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Outography

Kirsti:

You are really good at HDR. Seeing your photo, I realize HDR isn’t as easy as it seems. Great job on the photo and I do love the light.
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Rich Williams

Loving this. Nice light and composition. The starbursts are a cool bonus, too.
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DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES

A terrific angle to capture the depth of the natural degradation, and the light bursts are like an alien staring back at us. Tones and shadow play work so well. Really well captured.

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