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This summer, knipser from Photogen invited me and a couple other photographers, mostly members of the Photogen community, to visit the Arcelor-Mittal steel plant in Esch-Belval. It was an impressive mixture of deafening noise, smoldering heat and a thick layer of dust covering every inch inside the plant. Not the kind of place where you want to change lenses all that often.
All photos: 5D MkII and 24-70 2.8L USM.

Update: I’ve added a bit of video from the trip, also recorded with the 5D MkII.

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  1. Oli

    yeah!super Serie!mengn dei mat den Fonken gefällt mer am beschten, do as richtech Action drop!(dei op PG as ma bessi ze harmlos sou…)
    kiinsde ma meng mailen?Beliichtung an Opbau as do wierklech top!
    gefellt mer!muss meng o mol feddich man….

    Oct 21, 2009 @ 17:00