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Urban Myth Photography

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Update #1 [Aug. 11th, 2005|01:23 pm]
Urban Myth Photography

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[silveredsins]
[Current Mood |calmcalm]
[Musical Inspiration |Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine - The Killers]

This is the first update for Urban Myth Photography.

In each post, we'll tell where we were at the time, what medium we used, and our comments under the photos. All photography will be placed under LJ-cuts to keep from spamming friend lists. There will likely be a maximum of 5 photos per update.



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Title: Acid Angel
Photographer: SilveredSins
Medium: Digital Camera + Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10
Edited?: Yes

This photo was taken on the gate near my (SilveredSins) house, on the edge of a canyon and urban wasteland. Highlighter_boy is wearing a pair of my angel wings.

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Title: Body (Night)
Photographer: SilveredSins
Medium: Digital Camera + Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10
Edited?: Yes

From a distance, this piece of metal looked like a corpse.

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Title: Ashes Of Sepia
Photographer: SilveredSins
Medium: Digital Camera
Edited?: No

We found some playing cards which you'll see in a bunch of our later photos. The ashes look wonderful under a sepia light.

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Title: Judgement
Photographer: Highlighter_Boy
Medium: Digital Camera + Microsoft Digital Image Pro 10
Edited?: Yes

We discovered something resembling a shallow grave. A few personal touches (a pair of angel wings and a make-shift cross) and that is what became of it. The angel laying in the grave is SilveredSins.

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Title: Judgement (Black and White)
Photographer: Highlighter_Boy
Medium: Digital Camera
Edited?: No

Another version of Judgement. I (Highlighter_Boy) found that the urban wasteland by SilveredSins' house to be a perfect place for photography. There's always some hidden treasure in a wasteland.

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