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Hot Work 4

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By LuCfreeAs   |   
Process of creating steel

see also other shots from this serie

Hot work

Hot work II

Hot work 3

Hot work 5

Hot work 6
Image size
3090x2592px 2.94 MB
Shutter Speed
1/80 second
Focal Length
48 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Aug 13, 2011, 8:55:54 AM
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DebasishPhotos's avatar
DebasishPhotosHobbyist Photographer
Must be very hot there.
Makivka's avatar
Very, very nice!!!
CobaltOfMarch's avatar
I'm amazed.. really! This is such a mesmerizing shot! Well done!!
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ChaosOfGodsStudent Photographer
This is really cool. Never seen the process caught in such an awesome photo before.
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NectarscentHobbyist Artist
nice... love it
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Marian-etteStudent Writer
very, very cool!!! wow! Can't believe you actually got a shot like this!
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LawrenceCreationHobbyist Photographer
very cool shoot, Like the hot work series you got a great photographers eye!
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EdgarBergStudent Photographer
looks pretty hot! was it from a industrial foundry? I have done some shots inside a foundry, it was veeeery hot :D
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Lavander-ThistleHobbyist Photographer
Good shot
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Faeryx13Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow! This is great shot! Like it very much=)
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SuperSnappzHobbyist Photographer
Excellent work
roamingtigress's avatar
I love, love this series. They really tell a story :) I love the spark capture.
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maausiStudent General Artist
i think it's a cool idea for a series and i like all of the shots. this one is especially cool because of the flowingsteel (?).
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maausiStudent General Artist
sorry, missed the space key ;-). *...flowing steel...
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CocooueStudent Photographer
very interesting piece :)
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Bulldoggenliebchen Digital Artist
i love it hot. ;o)
HelenPo's avatar
wow, its really on fire. is it supposed to be spilling over?
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No but it is normal, you have to move this big tank of 1600°C steel so you need really huge crane. and be very very carefuly : )
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thank God its the crane's job, not some poor fellow'
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PriskiHobbyist Photographer
Hot hot hot. Nice shot. :thumbsup:
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