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Chris Crawford I am pleased to announced a long time member has agreed to help and mentor others in photographic technique. As he has long done so, perhaps this forum is a bit overdue. Christopher Crawford has been a professional artist and photographer for 20 years, most of that time spent documenting life in northern Indiana with his photographs and the stories that he writes to accompany them. In addition, Chris also creates tutorials where he teaches photography techniques, film processing, digital editing, film scanning, and printing. Ask Chris your technical questions, or to critique your photos. You can see more of his tutorials at http://crawfordphotoschool.com

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Old 07-27-2016   #1601
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Hi Chris, really like this latest stuff from 4th of July. Did you shoot that digitally, or on film? Especially the night time stuff with the lights.
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Hi Chris, really like this latest stuff from 4th of July. Did you shoot that digitally, or on film? Especially the night time stuff with the lights.

Digital with a Canon 5DmkII and 24-105mm f4L-IS canon lens. I could not have shot them on color film; there are no color films fast enough. I shot all the July 4 pictures at either ISO-3200 or ISO-6400!

The night stuff with the lights, are you meaning the stuff from the Three Rivers Festival? That was a week after the 4th of July, but it, too was shot with the Canon 5DmkII.
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This is the Vertigo ride at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana.

The Vertigo is a tall tower with long spokes radiating out from the center. Riders sit in seats hanging from chains attached to the ends of the spokes. When it spins, the seats carrying the riders fly through the air as they are raised to the top of the tower.

This is similar to the Swing Carousels that I have photographed at other carnivals, but the Vertigo takes riders much higher into the air!
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Another photo of the Vertigo ride at the Elkhart County Fair.
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I have had the same experience with night photos at the Jersey shore. had to use my D610 to get images like those in your post Chris.
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That's a great photo. That ferris wheel is a lot bigger then the one we had at the festival in Ft. Wayne! I've shot stuff like this in black and white using Tmax 3200 and Delta 3200 film with great results. Too bad no one makes a color film faster than 800 anymore.



This was shot on Delta 3200 at EI-1600.
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This is the Freakout ride at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana.

Riders sit in a circular arrangement at the bottom of a long pendulum that swings back and forth, taking the riders so high that they're nearly upside down! While swinging, the structure where the riders sit also spins!

The Freakout is nearly identical to the Fire Ball, a ride that I have photographed at other carnivals. A lot of carnival rides were sold under different names by their manufacturers, and some were renamed by the carnivals that operated them.
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Here is the second of three photos I made of The Freakout ride at the Elkhart County Fair last Sunday.
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That's a great photo. That ferris wheel is a lot bigger then the one we had at the festival in Ft. Wayne! I've shot stuff like this in black and white using Tmax 3200 and Delta 3200 film with great results. Too bad no one makes a color film faster than 800 anymore.



This was shot on Delta 3200 at EI-1600.

Thanks Chris.... night color is one area that digital far out performs film...
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Here is the last of the three photographs that I made last Sunday at the Elkhart County Fair.
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This mountain is part of the Republic Services landfill outside Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is on the north side of Yohne Road, just west of Smith Road in rural southwest Allen County.

There used to be a cornfield here, with a group of trees standing in it that I photographed many times over a period of nearly a decade.

The trees were bulldozed in 2009 so that the landfill, which was about half a mile north of here, could expand. It is where all of the trash from Fort Wayne, Indiana's second largest city, ends up.

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The Candy Factory is one of the food concessions at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana. I photographed it at night in front of the Ferris Wheel.

The Candy Factory didn't get a lot of business during the several minutes I watched it, waiting for the Ferris Wheel's lights to be perfect. The worker looks bored!
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This boy's inflatable assault rifle, colored like the American flag, is a popular carnival prize. I have seen them at a number of other carnivals and fairs in recent years. They come in different colors, including black (the color of the M-16 that the toy is modeled after) and camouflage. The American flag design is the most common.

The boy was watching a carny at work at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana. The game is called "Sire Duke's Crazy Ball".
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The Ferris Wheel, photographed at night, at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana.
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Chris--the Ferris wheel photo is really excellent!
Thanks for posting--love the colors.
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Love the carny photos Chris. Excellent work.
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Thanks, Paul and Pioneer. Here's my last photo of the Elkhart County Fair.

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These sunflowers grow next to a garage on the alley behind a house on the west side of Cass Street, north of Fourth Street, in the Wells Street area of Fort Wayne, Indiana. They're visible from Fourth Street, between Wells Street and Cass Street.

A goldfinch, a small yellow bird, sits on top of one of the flowers. The bird is hard to see in the web-size image, but shows up clearly in prints. Here's a crop from the image, showing the bird in detail:

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Great pictures, dear Chris!

And I must confess I'm a bit envious that we don't have this lovely goldfinch-species in Europe.

(You know I love to mock you US Americans a bit, but this is serious.)
Thanks. I rarely photograph flowers or wildlife, but I liked this scene. I actually was setting up to photograph the sunflowers before I even saw the bird! He just added something extra to the scene.
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The swimming pool at Centlivre Village Apartments in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The pool has been drained for several years, but has some water from recent rains.

Centlivre Village was built as a luxury apartment complex about 50 years ago; but since the 1990s it has fallen into disrepair, and has been almost completely abandoned for several years. Many of the buildings have boarded-up doors and broken windows, but a few tenants still live in a couple of them.

According to an article in The News-Sentinel, Centlivre Village was bought in March, 2016 by some local developers who plan to renovate and reopen the complex. When I photographed it in June, some work had already begun.
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A boarded-up entrance to one of the vacant buildings at Centlivre Village Apartments in Fort Wayne, Indiana. See my previous post for the story behind this place.
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This crudely made political sign stands in the front yard of a house on the corner of Lincoln Highway (State Road 933) and Downey Avenue in Mishawaka, Indiana.

The hand-painted sign says: "Trump For President - Hillary For Prison 2016."

I photographed it Saturday evening.

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This graffiti is painted on the retaining wall of a railroad bridge over Ironwood Drive in South Bend, Indiana's fourth largest city.

It says: "Ammeria: Wake up or die!!! Seek the truth."

Take note of the spelling of "America." The cultural/political commentator who wrote this ought to concentrate on his own education before trying to bestow his or her wisdom upon the rest of us!

I photographed it last Saturday evening, as sunset approached.
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I just learned that the graffiti in my last post has already been removed from the wall! I got there just in time; I photographed it 5 days ago.<br>
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The huge American flag at Glenbrook Dodge Chrysler Jeep, photographed at nightfall. It is lighted by huge lights on the ground pointing up at it.

The flag, the largest in Fort Wayne, has flown over the car dealership on Coliseum Boulevard since 2004. It measures 50x80 feet, and flies from a 232 foot tall flagpole!
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This soybean field is on US-33, just south of Goshen, in Elkart County, Indiana. I photographed it in the evening.

It is being watered by a 'center pivot irrigation' system. In this type of irrigation system, a long pipe on motorized wheels is attached to a pipe sticking out of the ground in the middle of the field. The structure rotates slowly around the central pipe, which supplies water from a well that is sprayed on the crops.

When I was young, few farmers in northern Indiana irrigated their fields. This part of the United States always got plenty of rain during the growing season. In recent years, there have been several droughts affecting the midwestern United States, and irrigation systems have become more common here.
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Two old cast-iron bathtubs stacked up in front of a vacant storefront on the corner of Clark Street and Noe Street in the small town of Kimmell, Indiana.

I always loved old bathtubs like these that stood up on feet, unlike modern tubs that sit directly on the floor. My favorites were the ones whose feet were shaped like animal paws! A shame to see these examples rusting away.

I photographed them a few weeks ago.
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Its been a week or so since I've added any new photographs. I've been out photographing a lot the last couple weeks, and am finally getting all of the new work ready to post!




Here is one I made a couple days ago.

This is the front door of a store on Wells Street in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

The sign on the door says: "Do Not Give Money To Panhandlers." A lot of the stores on Wells Street have this sign posted on the doors or in the front windows.

Wells Street runs through one of the poorest neighborhoods in Fort Wayne, and is within walking distance of two homeless shelters. The business owners on Wells have been working for several years to fix up their buildings and have gotten the city to invest in repairing the infrastructure on the street. At the same time, the homeless have become more visible in Fort Wayne in recent years, as the economy has gotten worse.
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This abandoned Taco Bell restaurant stands on US-33 on the southeastern edge of Elkhart, Indiana.

It is one of the old Mission-style brick Taco Bells that were built in the 1970s. The earliest ones, including this one, had restroom doors on the back of the building, like an old gas station. Customers had to go outside and walk to the back of the restaurant to use the restrooms! The earliest ones did not have drive-thru windows, either, though this one does. They also had a bell mounted on top of the building, but that has been removed from this one.

When I was a child, my parents went to Taco Bell occasionally. Back then, all of them in my hometown, Fort Wayne, were built like this one. All of them have since closed; replaced by newer building designs. I always liked the old mission-style Taco Bells. They look like a place that would serve Mexican food.

The new ones are ugly, generic fast-food buildings that look little different from a Burger King or a McDonald's. Both of those fast-food chains have also abandoned their old, distinctive architectural designs for generic postmodern ugliness.
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Great photo, Chris. What amused me about the old Taco Bells was the phonetic pronunciation of basic food items on the overhead menu boards, basic words like taco and burrito. And they did this in New Mexico!

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Great photo, Chris. What amused me about the old Taco Bells was the phonetic pronunciation of basic food items on the overhead menu boards, basic words like taco and burrito. And they did this in New Mexico!

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I don't remember the menus like that, but I was really young when we went to the old-style Taco Bells. That is funny that they'd need pronunciation info for Mexican food in Nuevo Mexico.
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This is the drive-thru window on the side of the abandoned Taco Bell restaurant on US-33 in Elkhart, Indiana.
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One of the windows on the abandoned Taco Bell in Elkhart. This has probably been closed for many years, but all of the furniture is still in place!
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Last night, as the last light faded, I noticed the subtle bands of color in the sky. I isolated the sky with a telephoto lens and made three photographs in succession as the colors rapidly changed, creating a triptych of abstract color field images.
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This is the Vertigo ride at the 2016 Elkhart County Fair in Goshen, Indiana.

The Vertigo is a tall tower with long spokes radiating out from the center. Riders sit in seats hanging from chains attached to the ends of the spokes. When it spins, the seats carrying the riders fly through the air as they are raised to the top of the tower.

This is similar to the Swing Carousels that I have photographed at other carnivals, but the Vertigo takes riders much higher into the air!
Do I Love this... Just Grand, kaleidescope candy !
I envy You and the photo opportunity of contry fairs
Atmospheric, nostalgic , Great Fun...Lucky You Chris

NYC can be quite boring at times...
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Do I Love this... Just Grand, kaleidescope candy !
I envy You and the photo opportunity of contry fairs
Atmospheric, nostalgic , Great Fun...Lucky You Chris

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Thanks, Helen. We have a lot of fairs and carnivals around here, even in Fort Wayne, the 'big city' in northeast Indiana. When I lived in New Mexico 10 yrs ago, we had a lot of traveling carnivals come through Santa Fe, too. I've been doing these motion studies of carnival rides for years!
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Another photograph of the vacant Centlivre Village Apartments in Fort Wayne, Indiana. This fire hydrant has a sign mounted on one of the hose connections that says it is "Out Of Service."
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This is the side of one of the buildings at the Pepsi distribution center in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The local Pepsi distributor also handles Dr. Pepper products.

The Pepsi warehouse complex occupies a huge block of land in the Wells Street area, just north of Downtown Fort Wayne. This building is on Harrison Street, between First Street and Second Street.
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