Underexposed

I miss shooting, so I picked up my camera and took a few photos of nothing and particular in my back yard.  What I like about these is the low exposure (I tend to overexpose most of the time) makes the images very moody, and turns seemingly mundane objects into mysterious vignettes.  I used faux-Polaroid presets in editing, as visible in the portraits, which I took with the 24mm manual focus  tilt-shift lens shortly after New Year's and forgot I had them in my camera.  The still life from the back yard was shot on my trusty old 50mm.



















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