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  1. #1
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    Default Featured Forum Post: 'Icon's B&W Workshop Series'

    It's been quite some time since I've contributed some pictures to the forum. For some time I've had the idea of displaying a few select black and white pictures from my line of work. The reason I haven't rushed this is because I wanted to wait until I had some reasonable images, which I've gathered over time.

    I wanted to show a small insight into my life so I've gone black and white simply because of the feeling a B&W image can give. Focuses on what is important.... and it portrays that all encompassing sentimental value.

    Hope you enjoy,

    GF1 and 20mm [1st Gear clutch pack from out of an industrial ZF Gearbox. The gear box came out of a 6 wheel Terex dumptruck.]

    Workshop Series



    GF1 and 20mm [Funk Gear box out of a Agricultural CAT Challenger track tractor. 3rd Gear clutch housing broke in half and needed to be replaced.]

    Workshop Series



    GF1 and 20mm [Overhead camshaft in Mitsubishi engine. I rebuilt this engine from the ground up.]

    Workshop Series



    GF1 and 20mm [Myself with the Gas Axe making a pulling tool.]

    Workshop Series



    GF1 and 24mm Tokina [Beautiful clean cutting tip.]

    Workshop Series



    Em-5 and 20mm [Oils aint oils unless it's Castrol.]

    Workshop Series



    Em-5 and 7-14 @8 [I see things from many different perspectives.]

    Workshop Series



    Em-5 and 45mm [Sometimes you just gotta pray your pants stay up!]

    PA050059-2



    Em-5 and 45mm [Injuries do occur, and you do what you gotta do.]

    Workshop Series



    Em-5 and adapted nikkor 85mm [Calling it a days work]

    Workshop Series



    Em-5 and 45mm [It makes it all the worth while when your friend comes to help. Front wheel of a White prime mover Truck.]

    PB190429-3



    Em-5 and 45mm [This one may have been posed]

    Workshop Series
    Last edited by Iconindustries; December 2nd, 2012 at 12:51 AM.
    Our pictures are our footprints

    GX1 OM-D (with Grip) 7-14 20 25 45 75 and adapted 24 45 50

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    Awesome series Icon... I like them all, though if pressed I think the standout for me has to be the starburst on the cutting torch -wow! Thanks for sharing this series, I liked the concept and execution both
    Last edited by jloden; December 2nd, 2012 at 01:11 AM.
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    “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” -- Dorothea Lange

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    Excellent set Brady...I really like your B+W treatment on these.
    Joe


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    Excellent set!!!

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    Love that b&w processing style
    Nic
    E-M5, E-P5, GH1
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    Worth the wait - an impressive set Brady.
    Bill Shinnick
    X-E1; RX100; G5(IR).


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  13. #7
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    Stunning set! Excellent B&W processing.

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    Whilst you are speaking a foreign language regarding engine bits, the pictures are outstanding and you've made it look rather glamorous :)

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    excellent set!

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  19. #10
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    Great stuff Icon! I am kinda partial to B&W myself, and these are a great example how how B&W can really make you focus on shapes, patterns, etc, without the distraction of colours..:).

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