Have you ever wondered how those fantastic “exploded view” photographs of machinery, that we often see in magazine and books, are made. This brief but revealing video by Adam Voorhes, is basically a time lapse sequence of him setting an exploded view of a Kawasaki motorbike:
All the separate components of the bike are hung from a rig, in the correct position using wires and supported on boxes. Once all is set, the machine is lit and the images made. Some deft work in Photoshop is done to remove the wires and boxes resulting in the final, fascinating image.
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