Monday, November 22, 2010


Originally uploaded by Michael Slear
Its one of the privileges of photography. Sometimes seeing the unseen or being first to experience, or getting behind the scene access. I’ve photographed molten steel, computer inards, and light bulbs being manufactured. Actors in the wings
--Artists creating, and you may remember close up and personal with the Moomba snake. These shots give an inside look at some new technology, that will help save lives. The TOMO radiation at CRCC right here in Myrtle Beach. Adding some colored gels to the flash gave the scene a bit more drama and interest, and discovering that the laser alignment light was photographable was a bonus. The longer the exposure the more prevalent it became.

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