Jerome Arizona

One of the stops we made on our recent Sedona vacation was to visit Jerome, Arizona. If you like photographing historic places, then check out Jerome. I suggest you visit the museum first if you haven’t been to Jerome. This way you can learn about the history and really appreciate the town while you photograph it. The people are super nice and really fun to talk to. In a nutshell, Jerome is an old mining town on top a mountain. If you like to see old cars and fun mining shacks, go to the Gold King Mine Ghost Town.

Below is one of the ruins in Jerome.

Open for Business

Open for Business – f11 @ 1/350 ISO 100

I used A.D. Wheeler’s textures to process the image above. You can receive a 20% off his texture pack by using using promo code: jsphoto.  You can also receive free textures from me if you sign up for our newsletter.

We had so much fun checking out Gold King Mine Ghost Town. These are just two of the many old cars, trucks, buses etc…in the area.

USMC f3.5 @ 1/180 ISO 100

 

Ford – f9.5 @ 1/500 ISO 100

 

I just love photographing historical subjects. I think you would love this place too and if you have any special places that you like to photograph I’d love to hear from you. I can add them to my bucket list.  🙂

Cheers,
Janice Sullivan

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Source: Jerome Arizona

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2 Comments on “Jerome Arizona”

  1. Hi Janice, as a trained historian this sort of subject matter is right up my street! I love your images here and the way you’ve processed them. My own historical subjects are here in the Northeast (can’t afford to travel any further than that), chiefly the abandoned resorts and other historic buildings in the Northern Catskills and some historic areas of Rhode Island, especially the mill towns.

    • Hi Nancy! I enjoy your blog and love to see your images. I wish I could travel more to photograph historical subjects…hopefully in the future I’ll be able to do more of this style of photographing. You should google A.D. Wheeler. His work is amazing, I know you’ll enjoy his abandon work. 🙂


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