Edgar Thomson Plant United States Steel Mon Valley Works in Braddock, PA Shot less than two weeks ago
How does color or lack of it affect a photograph? What about cropping?
The five photos below are all from one master image.
Discovered the folklore of Joe Magarac, a legendary steel worker from Croatia tried to find online if that statue of a steelworker is supposed to be legendary Joe Magarac. Check out the article Folklore or Fakelore?
And I found a cool driving tour of the mills video from 1988
or see the Steel making process in this video
I like this series of photos. The steel statue in closeup black and white is a favoriate. I also took a picture of this statue and never thought to convert to black and white. You always give me so many good ideas.
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the black and white are timeless! good!
Timeless is a perfect way to describe black and white. I prefer them.
Love it, very Pittsburgh
It’s all in your perspective, isn’t it
Oh sure, laugh. I wore this today!
This is neat, Ruth. Will forward to my friend Pat in Braddock. Maybe she will know if the statue is Joe Magarac???
Wow, cropping can totally change the look and feel of an image. A cool lesson!