Friday, June 15, 2012
Mike Johnston of The Online Photographer Shares Some Lumix DMC-GF1 Shots of the Abandoned Pabst Brewery
Abandoned Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee, by Mike Johnston of the Online Photographer
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Mike Johnston of the Online Photographer has posted some great images from an abandoned Pabst beer brewery in Milwaukee, WI, USA.
(Click Here) to see Mike's post on the Online Photographer blog.
Mike's images were shot with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1 at iso1600 - a real stretch in terms of image quality for that camera. Of course, at the resolution of small online images, they sure look great. Mike reports that the noise would make printing of them pretty tough.
Mike toured the building with photographer Jack MacDonough, and includes a shot of Jack working with his Leica S2 on a tripod in his post. That's Mike's favorite of the bunch; it's my favorite, too.
We have all made the mistake of going to a great location without a tripod. Mike made that mistake (admittedly), but pulled through pretty well with his GF1, if you ask me.
I've written in the past about the photographic allure of abandoned places and things.
(Click Here) to see my last post on the subject.
The subject still intrigues me.
Labels: abandoned, architecture, blog, business, contemplative photography, creative photography, DMC-GF1, DMC365 Panasonic Lumix photography, documentary, existing light, high iso, history, interior, journalism, Leica, Micro 43, noise, obsolete, old, tripod