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That is a truly awesome shop you have, I'm jealous ;)

I'm curious about the wheel contraption too..What does it do?

 

John

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Thank you, your good words mean a lot to me :)/>.

Building the forge has been a blast.

Its a WIP from november 2010, a kind of a low-budget do-it-yourself recycle-what-you-can project.

The room was empty when we got it, so lots of building.

The wooden floor (jup we built that too) in the hot work corner is about 25% of the whole room.

 

The thing in the front is a Gate made by my fellow smith Fred Truus while he was studing in Sweden.

Bear in mind, that the sprocket is actually forged from a straight bar, the intentations are forged in :S... :D/>

and it spins on ballbearings.

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And a picture of my Anvil :)

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This gives me nice detail in an otherwise impossibly lit environment.

 

Very nice M. You have used the HDR to a very pleasing result.

It's not always predictable that it will work out well.

I was pleased with this one, as you can see the texture on the snow below that otherwise would be hidden in shadow.

Only three exposures merged.

I wish they made the tether for Macintosh

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Wow, these are all so surreal. Stunning and beautiful images, every one of them.

 

John

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Your photos are truly wonderful. And that shop is amazing. Love the forge's hood!

 

I'm not understanding how you're taking the photos, but I like the end product. The depth of focus and colors are spectacular. Keep posting!

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I still can't get over how cool these HDR pictures are :blink: Kudos to you, and keep 'em coming!

 

John

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wow... these are the most inspiring photographs I've seen in a long time. Merge to HDR is awesome in the right context and you nailed it.. especially the blade on the anvil. Why the hell do I not do this????!

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