The San Francisco Chronicle newspaper printing plant. Opened in 1982, closed and abandoned in 2009. This was the executive wing, the bosses corner office, complete with surveillance camera hanging over the roof. Night, 228-second exposure, 3/4 moon, red and blue-set Protomachines flashlight, sodium vapor lamp across the street.
Late at night, inside the massive, maze-like rooftop air filtration system, at the San Francisco Chronicle’s old printing plant in Union City. Shut down and cleaned out in 2009, it’s now pretty much wide open to scrappers and explorers. The building is mostly empty and demolition is imminent. Total darkness, lit with the Protomachine flashlight, […]
Early 50′s Ford Coupe, with most of the lower body cut off. 137-seconds, night. Full moon-light. Lit by moving the light down both sides, along the cut edge. It took a couple of tries to get one where you can’t see the light. A little selective dodge, and some keystone correction in Photoshop, but the lighting […]
I think all my International Car Forest of the Last Church images (a crazy-cool art project/installation, on the outskirts of Goldfield, in the middle of Nevada, shot in the summer of 2013) have been blogged already, but I finally put together a gallery of images on the site, so they’re all in one place now. Follow […]