All the guts have been taken out but, the machinery is still cool to look at. This was a new perspective for me. I usually pull out the wide-angle lens when trying to capture a wide horizontal scene like landscape. In this case, I wanted to get a close-up of the whole machine and the surrounding building structure. To do this, I got as close as I could without getting my toes in the shot. I turned the camera to more of a vertical but tilted it to get everything in the foreground at floor level and the bank of windows behind the machines.
This kind of stretches the perspective but the neat thing is that my Tamron 10-24 lens gives me minimal distortion even at an exaggerated perspective like this. You see the wide view but the lines of the window panes and the wood floors look straight and not curved as you might expect. I really like this lens!
Lindale, Georgia, USA
Vanguard Altra Pro 263 AT tripod
Tamron SP 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II
11mm @ f/16 – 1 sec – ISO 100
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