Hamilton, Industrial

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  1. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    far away from Skyhunters, I saw some cool light, as my ability to see good light is improving with time, and studies here on TPF. Thanks to everyone for helping me learn to use my eyes!!!

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    and., thanks for looking!!
     
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    Now these are my kind of shots :thumbup: Love em both, fav is #1...I think?
     
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    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    its your stuff that has inspired me!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Pursuer/Jadin ... are the ones that immediately spring to mind when I see this kind of photography. And now you are falling in line with them, Raymond, producing some amazingly good heavy industry photography!

    I like them both. The plumes of smoke or vapour (I would assume it is, much rather than smoke) in the first stand out so nicely. You definitely have developed "the eye", though I am sure you have always had it!

    And I like the many little orange dots in the overall quite blue photo 2!
     
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    From my perspective, #1 is far better than #2, (don't get me wrong though, both are absoblutely amazing, but #1 had me literally saying "Whoah"!)

    When I was much younger, I truthfully believed these were "cloud factories". Thanks for bringing back that memory.
     
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    :blushing: There's lots better out there, but I'll take the compliment. Thanks.

    I did a little work on #2, wanne see?
     
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    Damn, that is one of those things on my “To Shoot” List. I have always been fascinated with the Hamilton area industry and have often thought I should spend a day investigating the area. I usually just zoom by and look from the QEW.

    Eric
     
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    thanks everyone! Please do Woodsac!
     
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    Another two great shots. The first it my fave of the two. Excellent Ray.
     
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    There's not much difference. Shadow adjustments. Almost completely desaturated the blue and magenta, and then bumped the cyan a bit. Did a lot of burning and dodging in the sky and then a little on the ground. I just tried to give it a little darker, more dramatic feel, like you caught in the first one. It's a great shot :thumbup:

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    great shots, love the first!

    woodsac - nice work, love the darker shadows, much more dramatic...
     
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    Great eye for the lighting conditions, Raymond. :thumbup: The fun thing about these 2 shots is the warm tones of the first, and the complete reversal to cold tones on the second. Wonderful job, nice capture! :D

    Woodsac, you did a very nice editing job. :thumbup:
     

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