Urban Photography – Abandoned Building Montreal

Hi urban photography lovers!

Still sorting photos and looking for new dilapidated places to photograph, I wanted to share some from a past photo session in an abandoned building in Montreal.
We went into an abandoned place in Montreal, the 6240 Park Avenue building, and we took few shots there.

The abandoned building was the warehouse and offices of the Omnipac Company in Outremont (Montreal), and is now for sale. The building is 180,000 square feet over five floors. Even stairs can bring you on the roof.
The place is all graffiti covered, and no single window remains. The structure offers interesting perspectives to photograph.

A good way to experiment urban photography and perspective and then, edit the photos with Photoshop with black and white process.
Some are HDR images, created with the Photomatix software.
Here are the pics!


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