Arm Breakers

Uploaded 20 Dec 2011
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These are very old circuit breakers in an old pumphouse where the light is very bad this time of day. Many of these old type threw the handle back out violently if you pushed them in on an overloaded circuit and they tripped right back out. It could hurt. They don't make them like this anymore, praise God!

These are from the NEX-5 (which is a NEX-3 with a metal housing and an infrared control port -- better for this type of work), in this case wearing the 16mm F/2.8 prime with the VCL-ECF1 fisheye adapter on it, though I've "defished" the vertical lines with software called "Fisheye Hemi". This is also a crop taken out of the whole frame.

This was an in-camera HDR processed in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop Elements (to defish it with a plug-in).

Please visit the Entropic Remnants websiteor my Entropic Remnants blog -- THANKS!

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