With the help of some friends Chuck Armstrong and Billy Monday, I recently had the chance to shoot in an historic prison in Chambersburg, PA. The space is exceptionally well preserved and is often open to the public for tours. There were a few spaces that really intrigued me, the first was the building’s attic. The structural beams just provided so many interesting lines and forms. In the basement, there were tunnels for water pipes and such and lastly, some of the stairwells and windows really provided some awesome natural light.
Big thanks as well to Beth and Rhus for their wonderful interpretations of these spaces.
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I, myself, am so very interested in shooting at the prison.
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