Long Exposure Photograph of theatre located in Southeastern Wisconsin. After hours of trying to find an entrance, we finally located a small opening – enough space to slither in on our bellies! The theatre was truly void of any and all light; the ideal black canvas to create some bitchin’ artwork! After some quality time light-painting the massive theatre space, we climbed up to the balcony and found rows of old seats in one clump to the right. From that perspective, we really took in the enormity of the place. We set up shop to shoot the seats, but because of the tight composition, the camera and I were shoved right up against what was left of the balcony railing. Nothing else separated me from certain oblivion. And it felt like it wouldn’t take much too end up down below. But I had to put it out of my mind as Katie danced around in the pitch dark location–lush purple and neon lemon-lime flashlights in hand–without any fear whatsoever.
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