Share some of those images with us, Jeep!I worked at 3 different coal fired generating stations all owned by the same company (Nisource) over the course of more than 40 yrs. I retired when they closed the 2nd station. I had planned on working another year but by choosing retirement, I received severance pay that was nearly equal to a years pay. With that said, to keep this photography related, no cameras were allowed on property. On my last 30 days, I brought a camera to record my work environment. What are they going to do? Fire me?
Since you asked, so I don't totally hijack this thread, here is a link to my post. https://www.nikoncafe.com/threads/electric-generating-station-image-heavy.320412/Share some of those images with us, Jeep!
Tried. Results not acceptable.I really like the B&W version. I wish that light wasn't so bright. Can't you do anything with PP to make it look may be a bit greyish and less distracting? May be some cloning or If you have selective color adjustments in your software it might help too.