Seraing, Belgium


Photo Information
Found an old print of this shot taken in 1977 in Seraing, an industrial area of Liège, Belgium. I scanned it and did nothing else with it, bar cropping.
Apparently it was taken on HP4 and would have been with the K2 or KX that I was using at the time.

Paul.
12/04/2010 - 09:42pauljay
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nonur

Link Posted 12/04/2010 - 09:59
Nice job done for revival!
Regards,
Nezih

Stu-D

Link Posted 12/04/2010 - 12:34
Its a nice photo, but I would be tempted to clone out the pylon! The misty low contrast of it adds to the feel.
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pauljay

Link Posted 12/04/2010 - 12:58
I get your point Stu but I feel very inclined to leave it just as it is. I even sharpened it but decided to go back to how it was.
Thanks Nezih. Must be nice to have an airline named after you!!
Paul.

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Jimpy

Link Posted 12/04/2010 - 19:29
Should be delivering Hovis. A great piece of nostalgia.
Jim

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puma

Link Posted 02/05/2010 - 09:03
love this reminds me of warm bread lol i think thats why i like it well done
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Macbeth

Link Posted 18/05/2010 - 23:19
pauljay wrote:
I get your point Stu but I feel very inclined to leave it just as it is. I even sharpened it but decided to go back to how it was.
Thanks Nezih. Must be nice to have an airline named after you!!

So you want to leave your photos as they are, but feel you can alter other peoples images and say you improved them. Hypocrite.

pauljay

Link Posted 25/05/2010 - 15:52
Sorry about the late response Macb.
I felt that the pylon accentuated the mist and thus deserved a place and, after all, it is my photo and represents my way of seeing the scene. I have never tried to post other people's photos but there are some which cry out for a different approach, but seen through my eyes, much in the way you've seen this one.
If you joined this forum to make friends I think you've got the methodology a little awry! Hypocrite? Well, thank you. I love you too!
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