I stopped on the way home from work tonight to shoot a building that won’t be around for much longer. It’s a real victim of its era, and is due to be torn down in the next year, and will allegedly by replaced by another supermarket. I’m not a fan of this sort of structure, but from a photographic point of view, it presents a bit of a challenge. I decided to close in a small section of the building, rather than going for the wide view. There was no visible vignetting at this focal length, and the resolution was good enough to pick out all of the brickwork. I did have to manually focus this one though, as the low light meant that the autofocus couldn’t find a lock.
Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 55mm; 200 ISO; f/8; 30 seconds. VC off.