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January 28, 2008

Nikonians On Location #5

We have come to the fifth episode of the Nikonian's On Location with your host Martin Joergensen, recorded on a local photowalk.

Click here to download Nikonians On Location Podcast #5 (NPC-OL-2008-01-28; 13:17; 12MB, MP3 format).

Video supplement available here (NPC-OLV-2008-01-28; 7:45; flash format).

Show Notes: January 28, 2008

The fifth episode was recorded during a morning photowalk together with a group called the Copenhagen Photowalkers, who arrange photo gettogethers online and meet up to shoot a suject together. This time we were shooting an abandoned building where they used to chop up old cars. Everything is smashed up, broken and painted over with graffiti, but it does offer a lot of great subjects for photographers. After the walk the images are shared amongst the group online.

The sound file:

00:21 Intro

01:30 First picture

02:14 Urbex and photowalks

04:30 Step carefully

06:33 Intermission, folks chatting

07:40 Pipes

08:30 Slow, rear sync

10:05 Electrical installations

10:45 Winding down

11:50 Goodbye

Video supplement

In this fifth slideshow you can see both Martin's and some of the other participant's pictures and hear Martin's comments.

Click here to view Nikonians On Location Video Supplement #5 (NPC-OLV-2008-01-28; 7:45; flash format).

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Posted by martinj at January 28, 2008 11:40 AM