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A Gloomy Factory
Posted By: McD, 04-17-2008, 03:06 PM

Shot with a K10 and Sigma 17-70mm.

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04-17-2008, 03:09 PM   #2
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Great shot McD. Like it a lot.
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Wow, what a strangley bizarre but good picture. Apocolyptic, firey sky with snow on the ground! I really like it too.
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Nice picture. I like the way the windows pick up the yellow/gold of the sky. HDR?

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Holy cow I need the address to this factory cause I need to shoot in it! Great capture and this place gives me so many ideas I can't handle it! Such atmosphere... why can't that be like across the street from my house!
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QuoteOriginally posted by weatherwise2 Quote
Nice picture. I like the way the windows pick up the yellow/gold of the sky. HDR?
Yes, the colors are so brilliant throughout the pic that I was going to ask the same HDR question!

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Very interesting image. I like it! I used to live in Thunder Bay - where exactly is this? Is it the Great Lakes Paper mill? Can you still wander around the docks where the iron ore pellets are loaded? I used to live near there. Thanks for sharing.

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That is so cool

I'd love to see it without the forklifts in there. It would be the perfect location for a horror shoot.

Oh, the sky is perfect for the theme
04-17-2008, 07:38 PM   #9
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Very nice - Charles Dickens would be proud. I sort of like the fork lifts - they add a bit of irony.

Is this an HDR treatment?

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WICKED!

As an ex-Thunder Bay guy I am interested in knowing where that is.

Shoot some more of the city if you can... it has been almost 10 years since I have been there... I would love to see how things have changed.

Is the Sleeping Giant still Sleeping?

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04-17-2008, 09:18 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the comments guys, I'm actually from southern ontario but have been living in thunder bay for school for a couple years. It definatly has some nice sights. This factory was located down near the north end of town I belive, over the bridge and right down by the water. I'm bad with directions in Thunder Bay so I hope that explains things. The picture is an HDR but created with one RAW file. Here's a picture I took of the sleeping giant last weekend at sunrise, beautiful. Thanks again

Kyle.

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Nice capture and PP McD - I agree with all the comments that is wicked , errie , without the fork lifts in there could have been taken 100 years ag0.
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So very cool!
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Very neat shot. Great work.
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Need I add more!? The colour is awsome.

Imagine this shot with a shift lense. Maybe you could make an adjustment using software.
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