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metal turner

metal turner

i did not do this as a portrait because i did not have good lighting and a tripod. so, i decided to show the master in his "environments" - an old workshop, providing more details of it.



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Date: Tue May 8, 2007
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I think I should give more details about the shot. It is Boris Il'insky, the last worker of the last workshop of a repair and engineering works which collapsed together with the USSR. He uses his lathe (made in 1963), the last working tool here, in the lightest corner of the room, in this chaos and devastation around. The new owner of the building is not going to invest into manufacturing...
#1 Wed May 9, 2007 12:04am

Thats a shame, he has a marvelous face..those lights look ancient on the wall. Great tones and dof...subject very interesting. Maggi
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#2 Wed May 9, 2007 12:14am

Thank you so much, Maggi! Smile -Vladimir
#3 Wed May 9, 2007 12:42am

I have worked with metal lathes in the past, nothing this old though. I hope the new owner lets Boris keep the old Lathe as it looks like it is part of his life.
Magnificent shot loaded with History and detail.

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#4 Wed May 9, 2007 7:45am

Fabulous monochrome image Vladimir....lovely detail.

> John
#5 Wed May 9, 2007 8:04am

You have used the light available expertly..great b&w.
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#6 Wed May 9, 2007 8:25am

Super mono work,lovely to read the story behind the photo Smile
#7 Wed May 9, 2007 8:44am

Thank you all very much!!! -Vladimir
#8 Thu May 10, 2007 11:08pm

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