Friday, September 28, 2007

Utility Switch Yard

I posted another You Tube video of a recent shoot for an annual report. I was shooting for a utility company at one of their coal fired power plants in Craig, Colorado.

The client was using some new technology to help detect the possible failure of transformers within their switch yard. If they are able to detect such failures before they happen, the company could not only save money, time and keeping their employee's safe from catastrophic failures.


Anonymous said...

This is great! Very insightful. Like the discussion of the thought process of lens selection, composition and lighting. I wish more people did this so that we can 'see' others perspective...from a self talk point of view. I hope my photography someday warrants explanation and video documentation.

Beau A.C. Harbin said...

I agree with Anon on this. I appreciate being able to see the "behind the scenes" view on these kinds of things. Keep up the excellent work.

The Art We Breathe said...

I just clicked over here from I appreciate the videos! It's cool to not only learn about the photography side of things, but also learn a bit about the different environments you shoot.

Is that Andy Mckee in the soundtrack for this one?

JMacDonald said...

keep it up!