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Heavy Industry

By widtink
Mossmorran ethylene cracking plant on a "flare"

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12 Oct 2012 10:45PM
Lovely capture. Elaine

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12 Oct 2012 11:04PM
The industrial mono shot always a good one, I think working in mono brings the the shot to life and gives depth to your image nice work.

Paul.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
12 Oct 2012 11:55PM
thank you Elaine and Paul iam gonna go back there with a diff strategie to get a better image but was fairly pleases with this one will increase the shutter time i think nxt timeSmile

Rod
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
12 Oct 2012 11:55PM
strategy lol
NDODS Plus
6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
13 Oct 2012 9:55AM
A photograph 'fuelled' with many, many power full qualities.

Regards Nathan
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 26 Northern Ireland
17 Oct 2012 1:06PM
fasnating...always like industrial scenes...Smile
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
17 Oct 2012 6:34PM
Yeah they seem to lend themselves to mono as wel,l i have plenty choice roond hereWink

Rod
Tibetan 4 3 England
21 Oct 2012 11:29AM
Wonder where the idea global warming comes from?, blame the motorist!, nice mono shot, plenty of detail and good tones that's the benefit of B&W that you don't get with colour,like it regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
21 Oct 2012 2:11PM
Cheers Leon most of the smoke is actually steam so nae worriesSmile Iam from Fife and the biggest employers until Thatcher were heavy industry ie coal mining shipbuilding, steel and places like this inevitably there was environmental impact but people had jobs. Not any more !!!!! Fife has some of the poorest areas in Britain, i think its a balance between mans survival and his impact on the Earth but we still have to earn money. Not so in Fife , poverty rules Sad

Rod
capto Plus
4 4.0k 8 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2012 4:20PM
A very photogenic scene with lots interesting areas.
Could be a good subject for HDR if you have another visit.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
26 Oct 2012 9:04PM
aye will be going back up and yup would love tae try HDR on it.Does photoshop have an HDR part or is it a separate bit of software?

Rod
27 Oct 2012 1:07PM
- and we think Caberboard pollutes?!! - Methinks this is Grangemouth, IS it?

Lavina
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
27 Oct 2012 1:44PM
No its Mossmorran ethylene cracking plant near Cowdenbeath/Lochgelly in lovely FifeWink gonnae go to Grangemouth as well for some pics

Rod
AndreaJ 4 24 United Kingdom
3 Nov 2012 1:04PM
very haunting shot I think, lovely in B&W X
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
3 Nov 2012 5:37PM
thanks andrea x

Rod
troosers 4 2 Scotland
8 Dec 2012 12:48AM
Like it in the mono, good exposure, well done.

Regards. Donald.Smile
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
8 Dec 2012 8:09AM
Ta exposure wasn't easy because it was much brighter than i had anticipated going to go back with a better plan
Hi Roddy. Love the atmosphere. Glad you didn't try to do anything about huge blobs of white as they fit so well. Some years ago I had the honour of helping the late Walter Nurnburg hang his exhibition in Covent Garden, London. Since you obviously have a feel for industrial you may like to look him up. PS, thanks for describing my home town, Ponders End (of the world) as grungy, s'pose you live in somewhere really up-market & glamorous like Easterhouse, Glasgow. (joke) Si.
widtink 4 406 2 Scotland
30 Mar 2013 10:31PM
Yup I will Si , I stay in Kirkcaldy in the kingdom of Fife yeah its really up-market actually its one of the three poorest places in Britain Smile We never recovered from Thatcher breaking oor balls 30 years ago Smile

Rod

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