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Passage and Crane

By dersk  
One from my collection of record photographs of the Bathstone quarries near Bath. This shows a passage with tracks,tools and in the backgound a crane used to stack the blocks of stone. As it is totally dark underground all lighting is by painting with flash and the odd candle to light the way if the floor is rough.
For this photo, 60 second exposure at f3.5, camera refocused after first set of flashes, total flashes about 25.
flashguns used Regula CT40 brilliant flashgun and Metz 60CT-1 both running on large battery packs for quick recharge. Hope you like it.

Tags: Flash and lighting

Voters: aitchbrown, noseprints, thorn and 2 more


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16 Jan 2006 9:50AM
I had to open this thumbnail to make sense of what's there; and when I did. Wow what a capture... nice bit of history too...

helen
thorn 17 124 2 Scotland
16 Jan 2006 10:53AM
Excellent shot.Superb part of history and all that archaeology going on and we are being able to have a peek.Thankyou.Take care.AnnSmile
highlander 17 32 Scotland
16 Jan 2006 10:54AM
Very interesting Derek, the detail is good and the exposure so perfect for this environment. Impressive detailed work in a specialised field.
Doug.
gpwalton 20 90
18 Jan 2006 10:11AM
Thanks for sharing this unique photo. Your flash painting and refocusing technique is interesting.

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