Bannack is like an open studio. The many places and scenery to explore offer a backdrop to creative and unique ideas.
The third and last post on Bannack is all about being creative.
All of these photos were taken with my Sony a6300.
This one has two parts. One photo with the subject laying on a bench and one taken at the same spot but without my subject or the bench.
This one was taken with a 2 second exposure and I had my subject move after a second. I brightened his eyes in post to make him look creepier.
If you look carefully, you can see that this is the underside of some stairs. I thought the colors and shapes were interesting.
I brought a Canon FTb I found at a thrift store a while back. I took this shot with the camera sitting in a hole in a wall of the hotel. In post, I added a gradient map to give is a more vintage feel, as well as adding faded edges.
This is a photo that is intended to tell a story without any words. This was also taken in the hotel upstairs where I saw a lonely chair. As this hotel is the most haunted building in Bannack, I felt this photo was fitting.