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A shot from the shed.
Hi Chris, thats a great shot. I love the composition and the various textures, contrasts and differences of materials that are really brought out by the lighting.
Looks great in mono...........a vice like grip...........
Stunning image and it work so well in B&W,
Fine b&w and a good composition; just the composition I would have chosen for a similar exercise in my shed which has a vice in the identical position.
Unfortunately I can not see the bench in my shed due to the multiple irregular layers of paint pots, hand tools, old newspaper, motor parts, garden detritus etc etc etc. that have built up over 20 years or so. Just occasionally when I try to turn round to gain access to a box of nails and a hammer I collide with the vice and concuss my rib cage (it's a metal-working not a woodworking vice so projects into the space); then when trying to turn back and head for the door I scrape my other side.
So you have reminded me of what a work bench ought to look like
All Bill has said Re my shed so well done who ever uses this one, its a nice mono too. - gary
Takes me back to woodwork in my grandfather's shed.
This is about the textures, the grittiness, but also about how the parts work. That's important.
Got lots of them.....vices Chris, excellent mono .
Does your missus know about your little vices, hidden away in the shed, Chris?
I've thought of taking some photos of John's tools, but our shed does not look as neat as this. I really like this in mono, it brings out textures and is about the shapes. Nicely shot using the diagonals of the bench in the compo Chris.
A great image wonderfully gritty and raw.
You said you didn't have any vices!!
Complete with junior hacksaw and a B&D workmate!
Lovely tones in this Chris.
An excellent, gritty mono Chris, reminds me of my schooldays!
Quote: Does your missus know about your little vices, hidden away in the shed, Chris?
Not exactly Malc.
Malc seems a bit confused over gender.... This is a ready made still life - super in mono with lots of grittiness.
Lovely gritty mono
Love the tones and textures. Nice work.
They are everywhere - '50 sheds of grey' - a very familiar scene.
Hey, Chris, we all have our vices. Yours looks great in BW, it has to be said
Lovely tone, a fabulous mono!
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