Bolton Emerson Americas: Drill Press
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For today’s image, I decided to return to the Heat Treat area, where the knives are made. I shot this one during the two weeks the company was shut down for summer break. I had full reign of the place and was able to really get to know the machines. No, I wasn’t foolish enough to try to turn this drill press on … As a photographer, I value my fingers. Wouldn’t want to accidentally snip my shutter finger off.
This is the 28th day in the Machine Shop.
I have decided to end the series on a nice round number. Monday, August 9 will be Day 30 at Bolton Emerson Americas – the last official post of this series.
The good news is, I have a few images from the shop that will have gone unpublished, and I do plan to return to do some additional shooting. So, in all likelihood, it wont be the last you see of Bolton Emerson Americas.
Just looked through your “shop” posts. Really good stuff. It looks like you are using a tilt shift in many of them?? I love the effect – The shots ring have both the look and feel of Brian Matiash’s shots which I think are terrific. I’ll be checking back soon.
Yes, I went to the Shop with my Nikon 24mm TS lens. Comparison to Brian Matiash’s work is much appreciated. He’s a friend with whom I shoot frequently. I’ve paid close attention to how he uses a TS lens.