This spring I signed up for a beginning photography class at Southwestern College to fulfill my general ed art requirement. The department was just remodeled last year and the beginners class is completely digital. For one of our first assignments, we had to go out and take some photos that would demonstrate the difference between fast and slow shutter speeds. I immediately thought of my friend John and his woodturning lathe.
Below are some photos I took of John working on a bowl made from a piece of eucalyptus wood.
See some finished bowls on John’s website: www.ticklingmedusa.com.