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Jim McKinniss

Pro Member, Orcutt

Dinning Room at Bodie Ghost Town

This was originally shot on Velvia slide film. I had is scanned and then I converted it to B&W in PS using the Channel Mixer.

Bodie is a gold mining ghost town in northern California just off of highway 395. At one time there were over 2000 buildings in the town and it was one of the largest town in California.

It is now a state park.

Comments 12

  • Katharina C. Borszik 07/12/2009 4:23

    love the distortion, the angle and the mood!
  • Halil Ibrahim Cakiroglu 11/18/2008 20:08

    a terrific mise an scene...
    a good light...
    a good perpective and very good reading of subject...
    regards... :))))
  • Yadran Saavedra 11/17/2007 17:24

    is pleasant to feed your vision, captured by you!
  • Andrej Nagode 09/23/2007 9:41

    Wow...excellent shot. Very plesant!
    Best wishes,
  • Pascal Viyer 09/08/2007 11:47

    Fine idea to capture ghost town
  • mario.t 03/27/2007 15:40

    hi Jim!

    i like this one a lot..light, angle everything is nice...
  • DRAGA PUC 03/11/2007 15:11

    one of my favourites in your portfolio, great play with tha light
  • Peter. Gau 03/05/2007 6:13

    of your last couple of uploads i like this one the most, it really gives me that "ghost town" feeling. As mentioned by others, the angle is very good!!
  • Robyn Raggio 03/04/2007 5:44

    Jim, I really like this POV. Makes the room look very majestic and very occupied. Tonal ranges are very well represented. Nice and crisp.
  • BRYAN CRUTE 03/03/2007 10:18

    Good work.
    looks well in this b/w mode
  • Daniel Gordon ( William Price ) 03/03/2007 9:49

    good angle....i like this photo a lot
    best wishes
  • Atle Garmann 03/03/2007 1:21

    I do remember this one.;) It is so full of mood I think and one of your images I will never forget. Well-done Jim!

    Cheers Atle