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Old 11-01-2015   #1
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I usually shoot machinery so everything is on the straight and level. This time I fired a few frames up close with a wide angle.

Here's one I cleaned up this morning.

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I think these work very well, i like the angled shot as it shows more of the "workings" so as to speak.
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The second image is excellent. It has better lighting and is not as static as than the first.
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The second photo is superb. The first one looks like it was carelessly taken: the central cylinder is just not tilted enough to convince us that the tilt was intentional.
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Yeah, really like the 2nd one for whatever reasons. They both seem clean and sharp. Well done.
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I like #2 the best also!
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I like the second. Look like a bottle capping machine?

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I like the second. Look like a bottle capping machine?

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Thank you all - yes, this is a bottle capping machine. It's a new design for us which uses a discrete servo motor on each spindle to control the capping process.

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Lighting is superb. Outstanding work.


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