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Drivers remove recovery trucks from scrapyard blaze

By philtaylorphoto  
Staff were forced to remove trucks to safety as fire spread through a burning scrapyard in Bury, Lancashire.

It was a long night.

This is without post processing, straight from the camera, as sent to the desk as it happened.

A bit of shadow lifting might help?

Tags: Photo journalism Fire Scrapyard

Voters: mike9005, Vambomarbleye, newbe2 and 2 more


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dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1598 England
5 Jan 2020 7:30PM
It'll help the detail, but probably not the atmosphere...

Scary stuff.

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philtaylorphoto 18 332 1
6 Jan 2020 6:17AM
A tiny burst of flash would have helped, but nowadays at incidents have reflective high visibility clothing on, which flashes back and overexposes.
dudler Plus
16 1.1k 1598 England
7 Jan 2020 6:45PM
I do wonder about both Hi-Vis vests and blue lights - utterly dazzling, and distracting at times!
philtaylorphoto 18 332 1
7 Jan 2020 7:18PM
Never found it a problem when driving, but the new high intensity lights against night scenes are a pain to photograph.

Last night I had my first RTC of the year to cover, and everything just flared out.

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