Letting off Steam

The Stiff Upper lip

letting off steam

how to cope best

that is the question

Letting off steam

Letting off steam

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8 thoughts on “Letting off Steam

  1. Oh yeah! I’ve been itching to do a similar B/W industrial landscape of the Dofasco/Arcelor Mittal steel plant when it’s venting steam from its blast furnace.

    Excellently done. Love the dark contrasting sky. Red filter or digital post prod?

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    • Thank you so much for you comment .Industrial stuff in all its shapes fascinates me, although I am aware that most is not too good for the environment. No , I do not possess any filters for my camera,! just done in the BW photoshop converter ,

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      • Industrial photography — often associated with environmental photography, are very important genres. Also, it’s only a select minority that can get into that work. There’s not a lot of appreciation for it in the world, just as industrial illustration has always had a nebulous following.

        It’s important because the positives and negatives of industry need to be exemplified in order to establish more open thinking on the subject of industry. People usually fixate on either the positive or the negative about it. There is seldom a meeting in the middle, and it’s necessary to do so because, of course, progress requires industry so long as it’s controlled well enough to be a detriment. A very difficult balance to achieve.

        If interested, here’s some of the industrial work of my Hammer Home project:

        https://hammerhomestreetphotography.wordpress.com/tag/remnants-of-steeltown/

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