WheelWright

Fuji X100T and WCL-X100 Lens – 1/60 @ f/5.6 – ISO 1000

Joseph Giordano, New York, Photography

Wheel Wrights Shop

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8 thoughts on “Wheel Wrights Shop

    • Thank you Mario 😀 This is not an HDR shot but I have to confess that I overexposed the outdoor area by a wide margin. I used the radial tool in Lightroom on the windows to salvage as much detail on the outdoor areas as I could. It would have been a lot easier for me to expose for the outdoor area and recover the shadows for the interior.

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    • Thank you very much Shirley 😀 I took this image with a fixed lens camera with a relatively short focal length (Fuji X100T with a 23mm lens). With the short focal length the depth of field is greater even when using an aperture of f/5.6. I did not use focus stacking.

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  1. LB says:

    I look at this shot, and think of the history behind it, and think it a shame that so many of us (me!) have lost, or never learned, the ability to create and fix things

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    • Thank you so much Laurie 🙂 This shop was on the grounds of the Stony Brook Carriage museum so its probably a working shop used to repair the wooden wheels of the museum pieces.

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