Looking for old buildings in MD

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  1. EASmithV

    EASmithV Member

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    hello there, looking for a good model shoot location. Ideally, the perfect location would have road access to run cables to my car to power monolights, while still being far enough the beaten path to make a nice, secluded location. Road access isn't as much as a priority as a private location.

    the perfect location would look something like this;

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  2. Perry Way

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    Hey buddy, too bad you're not asking about California 'cuz I can tell you all sorts of places for this kind of material. What you need to do is pack your car or van with all your pretty girlfriends and haul 'em out west! Just an idea! :smile:

    So, this is about portraiture, right? hehe
     
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    Not MD but close. What about Harper's Ferry West Virginia. It's right across the river.
     
  4. c6h6o3

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    Old buildings or old ruins? Will you need to get inside? How private? Nude photography private?
     
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  6. If you want photographs of ruins, try my ex!

    :tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue:

    Steve
     
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  8. It was secluded 45 years ago, but not now.

    Steve