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    dramatic location to shoot near melbourne

    hey guys,

    do you have ideas on where to shoot dramatic sky/background in melbourne or nearby?

    maybe some train wreck, abandoned house, old haunted mansion, old castle, etc.

    i tried google search, but havent have much luck

    thanks for all the ideas.

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    pentridge in coburg??

    The tallarook ranges??

    Out Seymour way there is a WHOLE lot of Giant granite boulders that would make awesome images.

    In Nagambie there is a beautiful old bridge that is quite open to see skies and water.

    I'm not sure if that is too far for you but would be happy to give you a tour with enough notice.

    What are you thinking of doing?

    (just had a look at your portfolio images, the Granite rocks i 'think' would suit your style really well)
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    The You-Yangs on a stormy day is awesome; rocky, hilly but very accessible. If you want to explore the boonies of Werribee and Tarneit, you can find a whole bunch of abandoned brick houses (we call them the Werribee Ruins) on and off Derrimut Road.
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    Some possibilities:

    The interiors of
    The Old Melbourne Gaol
    The Castlemaine Gaol e.g.

    Obsolete railway stock at North Melbourne Station

    And some ideas from a discussion on flickr on derelict and abandoned buildings.
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    laneways in cbd can be good. Especially around dusk. Lots of different lighting conditions.

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