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Tags:   Soy Sauce

N 3 B 1.2K C 17 E Jun 6, 2011 F Jun 5, 2011
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Og ég þakka fyrir okkur :)

Tags:   Food Matur Comida Bon appétit Buen provecho Que aproveche Verði þér að góðu Enjoy your meal Chicken Pollo Kjúklingur Wine Vino Vín Cutlery Cubierto Hnífapör Knife and fork Cuchillo y tenedor Hnífur Gafall Glass Copa Glas Flaska Bottle Botella Dinner Supper Evening Meal Cena Kvöldmatur Diptych Díptico Tvíbrot Reykjavík Smacznego

N 13 B 3.3K C 39 E Mar 4, 2012 F Mar 26, 2012
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High Speed Photography - sledgehammer & malt bottle.

We had a reflectant umbrella with one flash, and another flash was shot through a white umbrella. Universal Photo Timer was used to delay the flash shots by 0.005 of a second, triggered by means of a microphone. Flash power was 1/64 and 1/16.

We discovered that bottles like this don't break easily. A lot of strength was needed to make it break to pieces, as you see here.

Exif: ISO 800 ; f/7.1 ; 2 sec ; @100mm
Flash riggered by sound, 0.005 sec aftec impact

Tags:   High Speed Photography Sledgehammer Maza Sleggja Bottle Botella Flaska Glass Vidrio Gler Strobist 1:1 Break Romper Brjóta Smash Ölgerðin Malt Malta Egils Icelandic

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Tilt & shift. The building does not look like this. Great distortion was intentionally created by the heavy shifting of the lens to the right.
If the architect could see it, he'd faint...

Tags:   Canon TS-E 24mm 3.5L Tilt & Shift Light Luz Ljós Birta Shadow Sombra Skuggi Woman Mujer Chica Kona Windows Ventanas Gluggar Reykjavík Iceland Indoors View Composition Distortion Distorsión Bjögun Bokeh

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The hydroelectric power plant in Reykjavík, the location of a most beautiful and well preserved building. It was established in 1921, when his [Danish] Majesty King Christian X had it inaugurated. It was running at full speed the other day when I came there.

All the machines and equipment are original. And really ... how much of our modern equipment today will still be in use at the age of 91? I hope I am, at least :)

Exif: ISO 200 ; f/2.8 ; 1/50 ; @14mm

Tags:   Rafmagnsveita Reykjavíkur 1921 Reykjavík Iceland Islandia Old Antiguo Gamall Rafstöðvarvegur Rafstöðin Árbær Elliðaárdalur Orkuveita Reykjavíkur Neoclassical Neoclásico Nýklassísk Hydroelectric Power Station Documentary Chronicle


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