The Workman

© Sandy Powers

The Workman

Uploaded: December 19, 2008


A renowned metal working artist installing his commissioned piece in a historic building being restored.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: fired, compulsory flash mode, red-eye reduction mode, ISO: 1600, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 73.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 20D


Melissa Olsen December 19, 2008

Now where have I seen the before. Sandy you have captured the very essence of a metal worker. I bet he would love to have a 8x10 of this for his very own that he could pass down to his grandchildren. Perfect title and your photography skills just blow me away! #1054138

Max Aureli December 19, 2008

WOW Sandy this is a super shot!!! Beautiful people at work photography!! Great details and light and love those particle!!! Fantastic work!!! #6912852

John Connolly December 19, 2008

Two great artists Sandy, A Metal Worker and a Photographer! Fantastic work, well done! #6913297

Ron McEwan December 19, 2008

Great work here with all the glitter to go with it, including the arm. Very well done Sandy. #6913868

Laurence Saliba level-classic December 19, 2008

This is FANTASTIC Sandy!!! I love that sort of work and he does look so artistic. Even his tattoos show!!! #6914418

Jean-Pierre Ducondi level-classic December 20, 2008

Wonderful capture Sandy. The composition is just fantastic and tells a wonderful story. Beautiful work.
JP #6915887

Bill Knaps December 29, 2008

Beautiful capture of those sparks. You may just have a winner Sandy. Sure hope you do. Bill #6954641

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