Monday, December 27, 2010

Another outting with just Todd and me.  His agenda this evening.  He knew of an abandoned school in far North Texas and also he wanted to go shoot the wind turbines just north of Meunster.  On the way from the school to the turbines, we passed this car sitting in front of this property, pointing into the corner.  This is the reason I had to shoot the whole car in a 3 shot pano, laying on my back in the mud up against the fence.

As you can imagine, they do not put these turbines in places where it is not windy.  Once the sun went down, it was bitterly cold.  We would hop out of the car and shoot for about 5 minutes, then have to get back in the car and spend 10 minutes warming up.  All in the name of ART!

F4, ISO100, 1/160 Second, 75mm

F4, ISO100, 1/640 Second, 28mm (3 shot pano)

F3.5, ISO100, 1/1000 Second, 44mm

For a sense of scale, the black and tan 'spots' on the horizon are cows.  These turbines are HUGE!
F3.5, ISO100, 1/2500 Second, 60mm

F3.5, ISO100, 1/80 Second, 28mm

F3.5, ISO100, 1/80 Second, 75mm

F2.8, ISO400, 80 Seconds, 28mm (External flash fired 5 times during exposure)

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