The Factory

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UploadedMay 24, 2008
TakenMay 6, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 30D
Exposure1/100 sec at f/1.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length50 mm
ISO100
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A photo session with a fashion design and manufacturing house; capturing the moments of their day to day work.

From a three part photo session consisting of the designers, the factory and warehouse workers and the final products. This set is part two - The Factory and Warehouse.

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  • Michael

    Michael (Deleted) said (10 Dec 2010):

    Interesting idea, and a decent shot, but I wish you had focused on the lady and let the limited depth of field blur the sewing machine. Of course you'd have to change the title to "The Factory Worker". I'd also like it if she had raised her head a bit to give a little more seperation between her nose and the machine.

    Kind'a picky huh ? Someone once insulted me by saying that when I die, hopefully soon, I deserved to come back as a Photo Editor.

  • Craig Anthony Perkins

    Craig Anthony Perkins said (10 Dec 2010):

    Michael, not picky at all, those are great and valid criticisms. I actually did take a couple of photos with the focus more on her as well, but unfortunately (not sure why) they just didn't come out, at least not well enough for me to publish.

    These were my first attempts on doing a "reportage" style shoot; being paid for it, but having limited time as they let me run around this factory, so I was trying to set up the shot, getting as many shots as I can, while not invading the space or workflow of the workers (and all the while being quite nervous about doing this shoot at the same time.)

    Thanks for your comments, they are indeed constructive and I appreciate that.

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