Knock off time

Hi guys, what a brilliant wedding season this year! So good to get out there with wonderful people and shoot weddings!

I often spy things on wedding shoots and grab a quick image if I can. On assignment with Nicole and Andrew I spotted this hand piece sat in the shearing shed and thought I could work with that!

Look out for Natasha and Tarek’s images some time next week.

Nikon D3s, 1600 ISO 1/40 sec f2.8

Click to enlarge!


~ by David Sobik on February 24, 2011.

14 Responses to “Knock off time”

  1. Wow i love it!!Great image David

  2. an unusual image really, I adore rustic shed and old buildings and what lies within them 🙂

  3. Nice shot, reminds me of when I was doing my Woolclasser/shed expert training, learning to use and service the handpiece and grind the combs and cutters was the hardest part!

  4. Nice shot, and I love the title you’ve given it, they work well together.

    • Thanks JP. Glad you like the title, after a hard days shearing these guys and girls I think are keen to knock of and have a beer for sure.

      Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Hi David love this image mate simple but very effective and the image also has a few stories too.
    I love searching for meanings in an image now gives it more purpose I feel and you certainly did it with this one eh mate ;).

  6. That’s a really nice shot! I love the treatment you gave it! Great job mate!

    • Cheers Michael! Once I processed it in Light Room I gave it a Calvin Hollywood effect called Freaky Detail. That made the markings in the timber stand out heaps more!

      Have a great weekend.

  7. Wow, Wow, Wow!!! Reallllllllly love this photo!! Great spy work David, most people would have just walked on by without taking any notice at all. Great thinking with the title, spot on! 🙂

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