Urban Decay Exploration
Over the last year RWCS Photographics have been collaborating with a local URBEX photographer J**** X who had struggled to get proper and professional prints made of his URBEX work. So over the last year some 45 + prints all mounted using the RWCS print block format have been carefully produced and now form JX's private collection hung on the walls of his house in Sussex
Urban decay photography is the form of photography that deals with the techniques of taking pictures of deserted buildings. Although the buildings have been abandoned for more than a few years or more, the expert photographers make them look absolutely stunning. After all, the magic of great photography is to make an ordinary and to expose its hidden beauty and their unique interesting qualities. Left long enough to the will of nature, most man-made environments will eventually fall into disrepair. For an urban decay photographer there is a wealth of interest - and even beauty - to be found in the different ways these decrepit structures take on lives of their own. It's essentially the art of capturing beautiful photographs of a subject that is inherently not beautiful, and - for those of us who live near a urban environment - it can be an easy form of photography to explore.
Category:Architecture and Structures
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