Inside the Pioneer Endicott Building in St Paul

This morning, some local photographer friends and I were lucky to have special access inside the 1889 Pioneer Endicott Building in St Paul. It was dusty and hot, we climbed hundreds of stairs for a chance to capture some interesting architectural details. These were shot hand-held with the 5DMarkII and 24-70mm 2.8 lens at ISO ranging from 800 to 6400. Fun times!

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6 thoughts on “Inside the Pioneer Endicott Building in St Paul

  1. Greetings Valerie!

    Enjoy keeping up with your adventures. I just bought the Black Rapid camera strap you recommended and tried it out last night at a live music street fair in Claremont. I LOVE it. Took a bit getting used to the way the camera hangs. Works great with the 40mm pancake. Haven’t tried it the the 24-70L lens yet. But, so far, so good. Thank you for the recommendation!

    HOT HOT HOT here. Hope you are enjoying the Minnesota summer. Have a wonderful trip to Amsterdam (? or Iceland). Looking forward to seeing your photos!

    Warmly, Diana

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