Excellent job capturing such a unique angle, and the colors you captured are amazing ! I love it when a photographer goes back to a location to get the shot. We all must have a list of places we would like to return to and photograph again. Perhaps you didn’t have your camera with you or when you got home and looked at your image, you realized you wish your tried a different technique or something.
A couple of years ago I travelled to Lancaster for work and we stopped at Forton Services on the M6 motor way where I discovered this weird and wonderful structure. At the time I did not have my camera and didn’t capture it but earlier this year I travelled with my family to Scotland for a family holiday and made a point of stopping as we past the services again, this time having my camera I captured some images of which this is my favourite.
I shot with an Olympus Epl3 and a Sigma EX DN 19mm prime lens. The raw file was then edited in CaptureOne 6 and Perfect Effects4 to get the final effect.
As I recall exposure was 1/500 f8 ISO200.
There is a interesting history attached to this building but too much to write here so this is a web link to a site with some history about this amazing structure – http://fortonservices.webs.com/
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