At the end of high school I skipped less classes (wisely) and moved to my home city, the capital. And from time to time I visited abandoned locations. In 2014 it began to interest me more and more, I traveled more and more, often in Poland and taking photos of the phone.
In 2015, I started browsing the web and of course, as a real urbexer I created a fanpage on fb!
<Only, I am begging you do not go back to the initial entries, because I am blushing at the thought>
About this time I also learnt that it is hobby is called urbex and I was not alone.
Then I also found out that people are taking pretty good photos of abandoned places. And I also wanted to take such a great photos.
That was the inspiration for buying a camera.
With this lengthy intro, I wanted to explain, why the first 40 sets on the site are so poor. I just learned. Below is a short timeline, showing information about the equipment that I used, the resulting photo development, as well as a tips for you, from what time period you can expect worse and better photos .
For 2015, just turn a blind eye, focus on the places themselves. I will not torture you with pictures from the cell, it would be a drama, believe me. With the rest, not all sets even with Nikon are suitable for publication.
June 2015 Nikon D3200 + Nikkor F 3.5-5.618-105 or Sigma 10-20mm F4.5
January 2016 change to Nikon D7200 + Sigma 10-20mm F4.5 or Sigma 17-70mm F 2.8-4.5
February 2017 and until now change to NikonD750 + Nikkor F2.8 14-24 or Nikkor 24-70 mm F 2.8
This site was created to show that abandoned places aren’t only ugly ruins, but a different kind of beauty. I am already addicted to the decay, so I can’t be subjective, judge for yourself.
I would like to invite you to view my gallery and wish you a pleasant stay on the site.
And this is me with my first Nikon