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    The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    One of the benefits of working at Gibson Custom Shop...I get to take pictures. Here's a couple to start a short series from a pile of them in my "To Edit" folder....Enjoy.

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Awesome thread! Keep 'em coming and thanks!

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Imagine having to work with these guys watching.....the pressure!

    Gods Above

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Love this thread...keep them coming!

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    Old dogs learning new tricks....

    Gibbons Striping at Shop

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Aniline Dye

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Thanks for sharing, and feel free to keep posting more.
    I'd love to see more pics of the builders in action, and some of the jigs and fixtures they've desired to accomplish the tasks the do daily.



    PS; Great quality to the pics. As a somewhat avid photographer, I had to dig deeper into your pics. Great eye, and great camera setup!

    Leica?

    Jealous.
    Take'er easy..............and if she's easy......just take'er!

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    Re: The Custom Shop Shutters..running around with my camera at work.

    Quote Originally Posted by buyusfear View Post
    Thanks for sharing, and feel free to keep posting more.
    I'd love to see more pics of the builders in action, and some of the jigs and fixtures they've desired to accomplish the tasks the do daily.



    PS; Great quality to the pics. As a somewhat avid photographer, I had to dig deeper into your pics. Great eye, and great camera setup!

    Leica?

    Jealous.
    I have a ton of stuff I need to edit someday....will update this thread when I do. Nothing all that fancy on that trip as far as gear. I keep the good cameras and glass out of the shop because of the dust and the hazards of travel. I think I had a Canon EOS7 and a really pedestrian Tamaron lens that trip. I appreciate the compliments in any case! Kevin.

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