If one were to travel to all the places in this package, they would have to get 26 flights, spend 81 hours in an airplane and burn through 56,000 km. You’d better pick an airline with a good on-board menu.
Then, after disembarking, you would have to drive around 70 more hours and cover extra 3,850 km. Sadly, desolated locations are rarely at the vicinity of an airport.
Be that as it may, Decay Archive 13 is no exception when it comes to quality and exclusivity:
The most exciting Desolated Locations were photographed here by one of the best decay specialists of our time, with one of the best cameras available today. Our task was minimized to converting these massive 80 megapixel files in the best way possible, free from sensor dust (yes, Desolated Locations are sometimes dusty). And today, we deliver those files via our high-end servers.
We really do not know what we could improve – except maybe the upcoming 16-bit Tiff upgrade, but that’s another issue.
Just like the 12 Decay Archives before, Decay Archive 13 is a collection of compositing backgrounds that leave nothing to be desired. The files allow high-resolution crops, the exposure is always perfect and – well – the choice of “objects” is beyond any doubt.