"Tool Box Collections- Screws" by Bradley Shawn  Rabon
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There is something about working with your hands. In my spare time I enjoy building things, which is something that I have acquired from my step father who is a builder and carpenter. I am starting to photograph the different parts of my tool box. Look forward to more in the near future.

Canon EOS-1Ds Mark ll, 150mm Macro lens, f/2.8, shutter 1/160
Exposure bias -1.00, ISO 400

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Primarily a landscape photographer, my enjoyment of taking photos has developed from a young age. Originally from Texas, I now live in England and am surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery. I enjoy outdoor activities such as climbing, hiking, and camping. I am blessed with a wonderful wife and three terrific children. I am a strong Christian and I believe that my love of photography and any talent I posses in capturing images comes from God.

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  • Nathalie Chaput
    Nathalie Chaputalmost 6 years ago

    Great shot Shawn!!

  • Thank you. Took it 15 min. ago. I took it to enter a competition initially, but I want to do a series now.

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • George Parapadakis (monocotylidono)
    George Parapad...almost 6 years ago

    Ah yes, this is soooo familiar. And I’m sure that one day, you will sit down an sort them all out, right? LOL

  • Now where is the fun in that? Thanks for stopping by George!

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • micheleirene
    micheleirenealmost 6 years ago

    Love the texture in this!

  • Thank you Shelly. I hope that it does well in the competition.

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • Vikram Franklin
    Vikram Franklinalmost 6 years ago

    Love the hard lighting – really brings out the ‘metal’ feel. Just noticed your camera details – that’s some serious camera equipment you have there!

  • Thank you very much Vikram. I am not a huge fan of hard lighting, but with shot I needed to have it to really bring out that detail and texture. I have to admit it works, and I like the result. I also think putting it into B&W helps it. So you’ve noticed my equipment. Lots of people don’t really know much about it. I had been saving for a very long time for and wanted to get the best camera I could. It has been a good friend to me. Of course when you are trying to climb a hill or mountain, it gets rather heavy (ugh).

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • Antoine Khater
    Antoine Khateralmost 6 years ago

    Texture is great ! I guess lighting was tricky with such high reflective surface. sharpness is very good also. Great imagery

  • Thank you Antoine. Yes it was a bit, but not as much as I was expecting.

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • Jellybean720
    Jellybean720almost 6 years ago

    Well this is interesting.. lots of texture to this shot.. Great capture :))

  • Thank you. I originally took this for a competition on here. I think I will make a series of them.

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

  • Jellybean720
    Jellybean720almost 6 years ago

    It would make a great calendar once you are done.. :))

  • What a good idea. Thank you for the compliment.

    – Bradley Shawn Rabon

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