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Photo of the Day: What Remains is not Lost

I captured this image during the recent Digital Underground Las Vegas workshop that I co-hosted with Deborah Sandidge. This is a close-up shot of one of the old signs laid to rest in the Neon Museum Boneyard. While there were lots of great wide-angle shots to be had, I always like it when I’ve got enough time to start looking for close-up images.

Tech Specs
Fujifilm X-T1 with 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS lens
2.5s @f/9, ISO 200, 55mm, tripod

Fuji raw file processed in Lightroom 5.4

Location Note
Tripods are not normally allowed during visits to the Neon Museum. We arranged for a special photo tour after hours. If you are interested in joining us on another Digital Underground workshop, please send me a note or join the Luminescence of Nature Photography Workshop group on Meetup.com.