Power Trip

So far I’ve shared a few wide shots from my brief time at the abandoned gas station near Seebe, Alberta, so I figured it was time to get down to some of the grungy little details I found there. This appears to be some sort of old breaker panel, although I don’t claim to know anything about electric systems, so if I’m wrong please let me know.

I absolutely love the ability to isolate a portion of a scene with a tilt/shift lens. I think I probably went a bit overboard with that feature while I had the 17mm in my possession, but I’m pretty happy with most of the shots I was able to come up with.

Canon EOS 50D, Canon TS-E 17mm f/4.0L, 17mm, F 4.0, ISO 100, 5 Exposures

Mark Garbowski - November 13, 2010 - 11:54 am

Very nice, Heath. You did a great job with that T/S while you had it.

Jim Denham - November 13, 2010 - 12:15 pm

I agree with Mark! Love how the main focus is at the bottom and gets blurrier as it moves away! Great stuff!