Photographers and travellers love to search for abandoned locations. Photographers and travellers loved exploring the unknown and capturing it from stunning perspectives. But how does a photographer capture abandoned places differently than other photographers? Here is an idea.
Guillaume Prugniel J., a creative photographer and artist. He hails from France and is now based in Germany. His passion is exploring abandoned places. He doesn’t visit abandoned places in daylight like other photographers. He visits abandoned places at night to capture a unique perspective. These abandoned spots are lit up by him to make amazing photos instead of focusing on the gloomy ones. We felt his work was worthy of sharing. Scroll down for more information about him and his work.
#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.
Bored Panda hears from him that his journey allows him to walk among the incredible stories and places he visits. He can create amazing photos and bring back life to these forgotten places. His passion for exploring and creating new settings out of abandoned places keeps him going. You can find-more of his work at his website or on the social media platforms mentioned above.