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UK Butler Street / Rigel Street Flats, Jan 2014

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Hello all!

Well after managing to get out for a couple of hours, Tom Sherman decided we should try these flats which have been stripped out, and are awaiting refurbishment from my understanding. Not the most easiest of explores, as the roof is via a "loft hatch" rather than concrete stairs onto the roof.

Can't find any history, and i presume they was built in the early 60's as they are a typical concrete tower block.

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Image taken from google street view ^

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I would also like some adivce on how to make my images more "crisp" like a lot of other people manage. Is it me, the lens or everything

Thanks!

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Cool shots of some cool views you've got there mate....

With regards to advice on night shots, I don't have much expertise to pass on but I believe you need to have your ISO rather low and the same with your F stop and take long exposures for best results, just muck around with the different settings and you'll figure out which works best :thumb

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