Here is my latest endeavor in shooting a property. This series includes interior shots and exterior twilight shots. The twilight shot below benefited from the use of a well placed halogen flood light and a couple speedlight flashes equipped with radio triggers and warming gel filters.
Built in 1950, the Seaholm Power Plant stopped generating power and was shut down in 1989. Up until now, it’s structure has stood only as a historical landmark along the scenic shore of Town Lake. Measuring 110 by 235 feet, this 136,000 square foot structure, with walls measuring three feet thick, has withstood the test of time. Although its power generating days are over, the plant was recently identified as a significant contender for a restoration, and in 2005 The Seaholm Redevelopment Team was designated to handle the project.
I took this photograph right before the redevelopment efforts kicked into gear. I actually have not been back to this location since, so I am curious to what has changed since then.
This is a great video by Zack Arias on transforming yourself. It really hits home and I can tell he put a lot off time and heart it to this video. Click on the image below to view his video.
This is great and David Hobby summed it up with;
“To understand how way cool it is to have been immortalized in one of UK shooter Mike Stimpson’s Lego photos, you have to appreciate some of his other work. Mike is the guy who did all of those classic photos in Legos.” – David Hobby
Where to I get one of those Hawaiian umbrellas? mpex?