Travelers and photographers love to go hunting for abandoned places. They loved to explore the unexplored and to capture them in amazing perspectives on camera. But how can a photographer capture abandoned places in a different way than others do? We got you an idea.
Meet this creative photographer and artist Guillaume Prugniel J. Originally from France, he is based in Germany. Exploring abandoned places is one of his hobbies. Unlike other photographers who visit them in the daytime to get pictures, he visits them when it is dark. The reason for this is a special one and it is why his photos of abandoned places are considered to be different from others. He lights up these places to create amazing photos of these abandoned places, rather than sticking to the general gloomy photos. We thought that his work deserved to be shared. So Scroll down to check out some of his cool work and more about this awesome photographer.
#1. Le Sommet Du Fond Du Temps.
#2. Origin – Abandoned Greenhouse.
#3. The Atome.
#4. Saving The Stalker.
He studies the locations before he does the photography. So, with all the details of the specific place, he then decides the colors, the lighting angles, and how the photo will be captured. This allows him to light the place up and capture a proper picture. Not only the photography is made easy by this, but the post-touchups will also create magic if you do it right.
#6. The Rout.
#7. The Thunder Cult.
#8. Abandoned Swimming Pool At Night.
He explains on Bored Panda that this journey of his lets him walk among the amazing stories and places that he visits. He gets to create magical photos and bring life back to these abandoned places once again. This enthusiasm for traveling, exploring, and also creating a totally different setting out of abandoned places is what keeps him going. Check out more of his work by visiting his website and social media accounts mentioned above.
#9. Inside The Beast.
#10. Distance – Collapsed Cinema.
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