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Tetley's Brewery

By ade_mcfade      
Went out with Warren on Thursday and had a wander down to Clarence dock

The light on the "usual places" was rubbish, grey and dull, but looking over the brewery there was a bit of sky action.

However, there was nothing really to use as a subject, so I decided to improvise and use the pagment, bollards, yellow lines, street lamps and chimneys to come up with something

A HDR of 3 shots, each 2 stops apart.

Tags: Architecture Specialist and abstract Digitally manipulated

Voters: riprap007, peely, Richsr and 32 more

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riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
17 Oct 2009 5:56PM
should have guessed it was your work from the thumb, but didn't, right up my street (please excuse the poor pun)

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Richsr 11 91 223 England
17 Oct 2009 6:17PM
Like your use of lines in this Ade - not overly keen on the dominant yellow bollard but when need must use it.
Regards Richard.
Yewtree 10 England
17 Oct 2009 6:41PM
Nice pic, shame about the beer!
ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
17 Oct 2009 6:58PM

Quote:Nice pic, shame about the beer!

yeah - its truly awful stuff isn't it?
JuliaB 13 110 2 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2009 7:01PM
I like an industrial shot me.... The bollard has the look of something that is going to up and walk away. I half expect to see it in an advert about road safety (do they still do those?)
Looks like the keep left has had a couple itself? Knew you have to get down on the side of the road again soon, too many landscapes for a city lad.

ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
17 Oct 2009 7:19PM
true dougie - got hundreds from the lakes to look through, yet find myself preferring editing gritty street scenes...

something a bit more niche about this stuff over the generic landscape
blackbird 11 159 15 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2009 1:39PM
I love how you've got the lines filling the foreground, do you point the camera downwards or do you actually sprawl out on the tarmac?!
ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
18 Oct 2009 1:56PM
I get very low and use an angle finder to compose the shot - saves getting run over!
blackbird 11 159 15 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2009 2:15PM
ah! yeah it was the running over bit that I wondered about! an angle finder sounds like a useful gadget
Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
19 Oct 2009 10:45AM
That bollard is laughing at you.
WarrenD 9 1 England
20 Oct 2009 1:44PM
Love those light trails mate gives a real sense of dynamicism.

Composition on mine was slightly out as the bollard was slightly obscuring the chimney, guess i just need to get myself an angle finder lol
ade_mcfade 14 15.2k 216 England
20 Oct 2009 4:30PM a spare, unused, for sale Wink
saraxxx 8 1 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2009 2:26PM
Love the composition, u have some really nice work!

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