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THORHAMMER

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Ok, these might not be that good since I had to shoot through a us window, and I tried a new processing technique just for fun. maybye it works, maybye it doesnt.?

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I like the trailers in the bottom right in the second shot: gives a good feel for the size of things. I have no idea what that dome thing is.... anybody know?
 

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For someone who is fairly familiar with your industrial and night photography, I must say I find these a bit sub par ... you have done better and can do better. Why is it you had to take these through a bus window? Is this cement plant far from where you live and you don't get past that one at any time soon any more?
 

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For someone who is fairly familiar with your industrial and night photography, I must say I find these a bit sub par ... you have done better and can do better.

My thoughts exactly. You've got stuff that is lightyears better than this. I'm not really a fan of the processing either. Sorry man.
 

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For being shot through a bus window these are really nice i like them alot
 

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