Steel of the Night   13 comments

As anyone who has read my equipment page will know, I don’t travel with a tripod. There are a couple of reasons for this, the main one is I work at sea, the other is the structure I am standing on is also vibrating a lot with generators and motors always on the go, so night shots are almost never considered by me. That was until I saw this, it’s some steel works somewhere on the coast, and my type of landscape. I like all this industrial stuff!

I managed to find a pipe to lean against and held as steady as I could, this was the result.



Posted November 11, 2013 by rigmover in My Work

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13 responses to “Steel of the Night

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  1. This looks fantastic, and without tripod, too! I agree with you, this isn’t a view to be ignored when you have a camera with you.

  2. Nicely done Mark. Terrific view.

  3. Wow, that’s a lot of lights! Great job with the pipe tripod.

  4. fantastic job if done by hand. full respect.

  5. You have a steady hand because this looks awesome! I love the industrial lights at night too!

  6. That’s a lot of light needing a lot of power! I really enjoyed the Scotland photos. Thanks.

  7. that is beautiful 🙂

  8. Great shot!

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